Affiliation: University College London
- Cognitive neuroscience in forensic science: understanding and utilizing the human elementItiel E Dror
University College London UCL and Cognitive Consultants International CCI HQ, London, UK
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 370:. 2015....
- The impact of human-technology cooperation and distributed cognition in forensic science: biasing effects of AFIS contextual information on human expertsItiel E Dror
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London UCL, London, UK
J Forensic Sci 57:343-52. 2012..These effects need to be studied and considered carefully, so as to optimize human decision making when using technologies such as AFIS...
- The vision in "blind" justice: expert perception, judgment, and visual cognition in forensic pattern recognitionItiel E Dror
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, London, England
Psychon Bull Rev 17:161-7. 2010..Studying forensic examiners can contribute to our understanding of expertise and decision making, as well as have implications for forensic science and other areas of expertise...
- Overcoming learning barriers through knowledge managementItiel E Dror
Department of Psychology, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, London, UK
Dyslexia 17:38-47. 2011..These findings emphasize how different knowledge management techniques can avoid some of the barriers to learners...
- A novel approach to minimize error in the medical domain: cognitive neuroscientific insights into trainingItiel Dror
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, UK
Med Teach 33:34-8. 2011..These can be used for instruction as well as for assessment purposes. Time pressure, distractions, competitions and other elements are included so as to make the training more challenging and interactive...
- Cognitive issues in fingerprint analysis: inter- and intra-expert consistency and the effect of a 'target' comparisonItiel E Dror
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, University College London, London, United Kingdom
Forensic Sci Int 208:10-7. 2011..Furthermore, these effects were not uniform; the lack of consistency varied across fingerprints and experts. We propose solutions to mediate variability in the analysis of friction ridge skin...
- A cognitive perspective on technology enhanced learning in medical training: great opportunities, pitfalls and challengesItiel Dror
University College London UCL, UK
Med Teach 33:291-6. 2011..These are a result of e-learning that is built to fit and support the cognitive system, and therefore optimize the learning...
- Subjectivity and bias in forensic DNA mixture interpretationItiel E Dror
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, London, UK
Sci Justice 51:204-8. 2011....
- Older adults use mental representations that reduce cognitive load: mental rotation utilizes holistic representations and processingItiel E Dror
School of Psychology, University of Southampton, England, UK
Exp Aging Res 31:409-20. 2005..The younger adults used piecemeal representations and processing. In contrast to the holistic strategy, the piecemeal schema is more volatile because it entails that the demands on the cognitive system vary with different images...