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Common Read 2017: Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Reviews, bibliography and other links and videos

UIdaho Library links to some of the scientific articles in the bibliography

Aronson, Elliot, and Judson Mills. 1959. "The effect of severity of initiation on liking for a group." The Journal Of Abnormal And Social Psychology 59.2: 177-181.

Brehm, Jack W. 1956. "Postdecision changes in the desirability of alternatives." The Journal Of Abnormal And Social Psychology 52.3: 384-389.

Conway, Michael, and Michael Ross. 1984. "Getting what you want by revising what you had." Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology 47.4: 738-748.

Ehrlinger, J. 2005. "Peering Into the Bias Blind Spot: People's Assessments of Bias in Themselves and Others." Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin 31.5: 680-92.

Kahn, Michael. 1966. "The physiology of catharsis." Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology 3.3: 278-286.

Kassin, Saul M., and Christina T. Fong. 1999. ""I'm Innocent!": Effects of Training on Judgments of Truth and Deception in the Interrogation Room." Law and Human Behavior 23.5: 499-516.

Kassin, Saul M., and Rebecca J. Norwick. 2004. "Why People Waive Their Miranda Rights: The Power of Innocence." Law And Human Behavior 28.2: 211-221.

Kaufman, Joan, and Edward Zigler. 1987. "Do abused children become abusive parents?." American Journal Of Orthopsychiatry 57.2: 186-192.

Kay, Aaron C., and John T. Jost. 2003. "Complementary Justice: Effects of 'Poor but Happy' and 'Poor but Honest' Stereotype Exemplars on System Justification and Implicit Activation of the Justice Motive." Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology 85.5: 823-837.

Mazzoni, Giuliana, and Amina Memon. 2003. "Imagination Can Create False Autobiographical Memories." Psychological Science 14.2: 186-88.

McClurg, Andrew J. 1999. "Good Cop, Bad Cop: Using Cognitive Dissonance Theory to Reduce Police Lying." U.C. Davis Law Review 32.2: 389-453.

Mills, Judson. 1958. "Changes in moral attitudes following temptation." Journal Of Personality 26.4: 517.

Nickerson, Raymond S. 1998. "Confirmation bias: A ubiquitous phenomenon in many guises." Review Of General Psychology 2.2: 175-220.

Ross, Michael. 1989. "Relation of implicit theories to the construction of personal histories." Psychological Review 96.2: 341-357.

Sharman, Stefanie J., Charles G. Manning, and Maryanne Garry. 2005. "Explain this: explaining childhood events inflates confidence for those events." Applied Cognitive Psychology 19.1: 67-74.

Shergill, Sukhwinder S., Paul M. Bays, Chris D. Frith, and Daniel M. Wolpert. 2003. "Two Eyes for an Eye: The Neuroscience of Force Escalation." Science 301.5630: 187.