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Deborah Davis, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Psychology/296

University of Nevada; Reno, Nevada 89557


(775) 722-7779 debdavis@unr.edu

EDUCATION
H.S. Spring Branch High School: Houston, Texas

June, 1968


B.A. University of Texas: Austin, Texas

June, 1970


Ph.D. Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio

August, 1973


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
1971-73 National Institute of Mental Health

Pre-doctoral trainee in social psychology

Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio
1973-75 Post-doctoral research associate

Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio


1975-77 Assistant Professor, Psychology Department

Southern Illinois University; Carbondale, Illinois


1977-78 Assistant Professor, Psychology Department

Georgia State University; Atlanta, Georgia


1978 - Psychology Department

University of Nevada; Reno, Nevada


1982-88 Chair, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in Social Psychology, UNR
1986- President, Sierra Trial & Opinion Consultants


1981- Principal Clarinettist, Reno Chamber Orchestra

1981- 2005 Clarinettist, Reno Philharmonic Orchestra

MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Association for Psychological Science

American Psychology and Law Society

Society of Personality and Social Psychology

Society of Applied Social Psychology

Society of Experimental Social Psychology

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
UNDERGRADUATE
Introduction to Psychology Psychology and Law

Introduction to Social Psychology Prejudice and Discrimination

Theories of Social Psychology Personality

Research Methods in Social Psychology Experimental Psychology

Adolescent Psychology Attitudes and Persuasion

Mate Selection and Marital Satisfaction Memory on Trial

Statistics Social Influence

GRADUATE
Social Psychology Attachment and Close Relationships

Psychology and Law Social Skills

Research Methods Prejudice and Discrimination

Theories of Social Psychology Attitudes and Persuasion

Intraindividual Processes Memory and Social Cognition

Analysis of Social Interaction Practical Experience with Research Design

Language and Conversation Special Topics in Social Psychology

Memory on Trial Forensic Psychology

Social Influence
RESEARCH, THESIS & DISSERTATION SUPERVISION
1975 to Present-- Supervised individual research projects, theses and dissertations for

Graduate students in psychology.


1988 to Present-- Supervise theses and dissertations for Master’s and Ph.D. in Judicial

Studies candidates at the National Judicial College in Reno.




GUEST LECTURER
1988 to Present Periodic guest lecturer at the National Judicial College on issues

and research in the area of Psychology and Law; Member, Thesis

or Dissertation Committees for Judges in Master’s or Ph.D.

Programs in Judicial Studies


CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION
Northern Nevada Women's Attorneys (1988)

Carson City Bar Association (1988)

Nevada Association of Defense Counsel (1989)

Washington D. C. Women's Bar Association (1989)

Washington D. C. Association of Defense Counsel (1989)

American Trial Lawyer's Seminar, Lake Tahoe (1989)

Inns of Court, Reno (1989, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000)

New York Bar Association (1996)

National College of Trial Advocacy (Association of Trial Lawyers of America) (1996)

Journal of Air Law and Commerce Symposium (2001)

Washoe County Public Defenders (2001, 2002, 2003)

National Defender Investigator Association (2002; 2008)

Northern California Defender Investigator Association (2003)

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (2004, 2005)

Indiana Public Defender Association (2004)

Missouri State Public Defender Winter Workshop (2005)

Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (2004)

Edison Electric Institute Claims Committee (2004)

National Seminar for Federal Defenders (2005)

Association of American Law Schools (2006)

Nevada Bar Association, Las Vegas & Reno (2006)

Baton Rouge, LA; Shreveport, LA (2007) (Arranged by Judges and Private Attys)

National Judicial College, Reno (2007)

Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Nashville (2007)

Osgood Hall Law School, Toronto, Canada (2007)

Law and All That Jazz CLE Seminar, New Orleans (2008)

(Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers)
EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES
EDITOR

1991- Editor and publisher of "FROM THE MIND'S EYE". From The Mind's Eye was a newsletter designed to report social science research on law and courtroom psychology.



EDITORIAL BOARDS
1970-1973 Representative Research in Social Psychology.

1980-1988 Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

1985-1988 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

2008 - Personal Relationships

2007 - Journal of Behavior Analysis of Offender

and Victim Treatment and Prevention


AD-HOC REVIEWING
JOURNALS
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Journal of Applied Social Psychology

Journal of Research in Personality

Journal of Personality

Social Psychology Quarterly

Psychological Review

Psychological Bulletin

International Journal of Aging and Human Development

Body Image: An International Journal of Research

Human Communication Research

Evolutionary Psychology

Personal Relationships

European Journal of Social Psychology

Representative Research in Social Psychology

Journal of Behavior Analysis of Offender and Victim Treatment and Prevention

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied

Applied Cognitive Psychology

Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice

Psychology, Public Policy and Law

Psychology, Crime and Law

Behavioral Sciences and the Law

Law and Human Behavior


GRANTING AGENCIES
National Science Foundation Canadian Research Council

National Institute of Mental Health Israel Science Foundation




PUBLICATIONS
PAPERS UNDER REVIEW
Rumble M, Keefe F, Davis D, Porter L, Miller J, Scipio C, Garst J, Peterson B. Relationship of marital attachment style to symptoms, self-efficacy and psychological distress in patients with lung cancer and their spouses.
Davis, D., Leo, R. A., & Follette, W. C. (under review). Selling confession: Setting the stage with the “sympathetic detective with a time-limited offer.”
FORTHCOMING
Davis, D. (invited chapter). Social influence in the interrogation room: Past and future science. M. H. Gonzales, C. Tavris, J. Aronson, & J. Darley (Eds.), The scientist and the humanist:  A festschrift in honor of Elliot Aronson.  New York:  Psychology Press.
Davis, D., & Leo, R. A. (invited chapter). "Linguistic Features of Police Interrogation: Social Influence through Linguistic Implication." In Tiersma, P. M., & Solan, L. (Eds.), Oxford Handbook on Linguistics and Law. Cambridge: Oxford University Press. 
Kleyman, K., & Davis, D. (invited chapter). Does cultural sensitivity training reflect the status of social science research on prejudice? In C. Frisby & W. T. O’Donohue (Eds.), Cultural competence in applied psychology: A critical analysis.

PUBLISHED WORKS
Leo, R. A., & Davis, D. (in press). From false confession to wrongful conviction: Seven psychological processes. Journal of Psychiatry and Law (Special Issue on Interrogations and Confessions).
Davis, D. (in press). Attachment and sex. In H. Reis & S. Sprecher (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Human Relationships. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage.
Follette, W. C. & Davis, D., (in press). Memory work in psychotherapy: Strategies for maximizing accuracy. Handbook of Contemporary Psychotherapy: Toward an Improved Understanding of Effective Psychotherapy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Davis, D. & McVean, A. (in press). Theory and methods for studying the influence of unconscious processes: Illustrations from attachment and terror management research. Handbook of Contemporary Psychotherapy: Toward an Improved Understanding of Effective Psychotherapy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Davis, D., & Loftus, E. F. (in press). The scientific basis of testimony regarding recovered memories of sexual abuse. In J. Skeem, Douglas, & S. O. Lilienfeld (Eds.) Psychological Science in the Courtroom: Controversies and Consensus. New York: Guilford Press.
Follette, W. C., & Davis, D. (in press). Termination of psychotherapy and medication. In W. T. O’Donohue & M. A. Cucciare (Eds.), A clinician’s guide to the termination of psychotherapy. Routledge. Oxford, UK.
Davis, D., & Loftus, E. F. (2009). Expectancies, Emotion and Memory Reports of Visual Events: Applications in the Legal System. In J. R. Brockmole (Ed.)., The visual world in memory (178-214). Psychology Press. (A volume in Psychology Press’ Current Issues in Memory series: Series Editor: Robert H. Logie).
Davis, D. (2008) Selling confession: The interrogator, the con man, and their weapons of influence. Wisconsin Defender, 16 (1), 1-16.
Davis, D., Loftus, E. F., Vanous, S., & Cucciare, M. (2008). "Unconscious transference" can be an instance of change blindness. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22, 605-623.
Follette, W. C., Davis, D., & Leo, R. A. (2007). Mental health status and vulnerability to interrogative influence. Criminal Justice (A publication of the American Bar Association). Special symposium on mental health and the law: 22 (3), 42-49.
Porter, L. S., Davis, D., & Keefe, F. J. (2007). Attachment and pain: Recent findings and future directions. Pain, 128, 195-198.
Davis, D., & Loftus, E. F. (2007). Internal and external sources of distortion in adult witness memory. In M. P. Toglia, J. D. Read, D. R. Ross, & R. C. L. Lindsay (Eds.), Handbook of Eyewitness Memory (Vol. 1): Memory for Events (pp. 195-237). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Davis, D., & Friedman, R. D. (2007). Memory for conversation: The orphan child of witness memory researchers. In M. P. Toglia, J. D. Read, D. R. Ross, & R. C. L. Lindsay (Eds.), Handbook of Eyewitness Memory (Vol. 1): Memory for Events, (pp. 3-52). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Davis, D., & Leo, R. A. (2006). Psychological weapons of influence: Applications in the interrogation room. Nevada Lawyer, 14, 14-18.
Davis, D., Shaver, P. R., Widaman, K. E., Vernon, M. L., Beitz, K., Follette, W. C. (2006). “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction:” Insecure attachment, Inhibited Sexual Communication, and Dissatisfaction. Personal Relationships, 13, 465-483.
Davis, D., & Leo, R. (2006). Strategies for prevention of false confessions. In M. Kebbell & G. Davies (Eds.), Practical psychology for forensic investigations and prosecutions (pp. 121-150). New York: John Wiley.
Loftus, E. F. & Davis, D. (2006). Recovered memories. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 2, 469-498.
Davis, D. (2006). Attachment-related pathways to sexual coercion. In Mikulincer, M., & Goodman, G. (Eds.), Dynamics of Romantic Love: Attachment, caregiving and sex, (pp. 293-336). New York: Guilford.
Davis, D. & Loftus, E. F. (2006). Psychologists in the forensic world. In S. I. Donaldson, S. D. E. Berger, & K. Pezdek (Eds.), The rise of applied psychology: New frontiers and rewarding careers (pp. 171-200). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Davis, D., & Loftus, E. F. (2005). Age and functioning in the legal system: Victims, witnesses and Jurors. In Y. I. Noy & W. Karwowski (Eds.), Handbook of human factors in litigation (pp. 11-1 to 11-53). New York: CRC Press.

Davis, D., Kemmelmeier, M., & Follette, W. C. (2005). Conversational memory on trial. . In Y. I. Noy & W. Karwowski (Eds.), Handbook of human factors in litigation (pp. 12-1 to 12-29). New York: CRC Press.

Davis, D., Shaver, P. R., & Vernon, M. L. (2004). Attachment style and subjective motivations for sex. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 30, 1076-1090.


Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2004). Jurors CAN be selected: Non information, misinformation and their strategic use for jury selection. In W. T. O’Donohue, E. Levensky (Eds.) Handbook of forensic psychology (782-805). New York, Elsevier Academic Press.
Davis, D., & O’Donohue, W. T. (2004). The road to perdition: “Extreme influence” tactics in the interrogation room. In W. T. O’Donohue, E. Levensky (Eds.) Handbook of forensic psychology (pp. 897-996). New York, Elsevier Academic Press.
Davis, D., & Loftus, E. F. (2004). What’s good for the goose cooks the gander: Inconsistencies between the law and psychology of voluntary intoxication and sexual assault. In W. T. O’Donohue & E. Levensky (Eds.) Handbook of forensic psychology (pp. 997-1032) New York, Elsevier Academic Press
Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2003). Toward an empirical approach to evidentiary ruling. Law and Human Behavior, 27 (6), 661-684.

Kemmelmeier, M., & Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2003). Seven sins of misdirection? Ethical considerations and constraints surrounding the use of deception in research.. In O'Donohue, W., & Ferguson, K. (Eds.) The Handbook of Professional Ethics for Psychologists.. Sage: Thousand Oaks.

Follette, W. C., Davis, D., & Kemmelmeier, M. (2003). Ideals and realities in the development and practice of informed consent. In O'Donohue, W., & Ferguson, K. (Eds.) The Handbook of Professional Ethics for Psychologists.. Sage: Thousand Oaks.

Davis, D., Shaver, P. R., & Vernon, M. L. (2003). Physical, emotional and behavioral reactions to breaking up: The roles of gender, age and attachment style. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 871-884.


Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2002) Rethinking probative value of evidence: Base rates, intuitive profiling and the postdiction of behavior. Law and Human Behavior, 26, 133-158.
Loftus, E. F., & Davis, D. (2002). Dispatch from the recovered memories legal front. Psychiatric Times. (April), 14, 54.
Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. V. (2002). Sculpting the body beautiful: Attachment style, neuroticism, and use of cosmetic surgeries. Sex Roles, 47, 129-138.
Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2001). Foibles of witness memory in high profile/traumatic cases. Journal of Air Law and Commerce, 66, 1421-1549. (Published by the Southern Methodist University Law Review). Also published in Proceedings of the Journal of Air Law and Commerce Symposium

***Reprinted in the Defense Law Journal 2003, 52, 609-736
Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2001). “DIPPing” in the jury pool: Designing voir dire questions to Diagnose, Ingratiate, Persuade, and Procure the jury you want. Proceedings of the Journal of Air Law and Commerce Symposium.
Davis, D., Loftus, E. F., & Follette, W. C. (2001). How, when, and whether to use informed consent for recovered memory therapy. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 29, 148-159.
Davis, D., Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (2000). Personal control as a determinant of bet size and type of bets in casino craps games. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 30, 1224-1242.
Davis, D., Follette, W. C., & Merlino, M. L. (1999). Seeds of Rape: Female behavior is probative for females, definitive for males. Psychological Expertise and Criminal Justice, 101-140. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.
Davis, D. (1996). Jury selection in the 90's: Perspectives of a trial consultant. Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Section Journal, 25 (1), 18-26.
Davis, D. (1992). Smiling faces sometimes tell lies. Orange County Lawyer, April.
Davis, D. (1992). Editor, Special Issue "Free press versus fair trial: Behavioral research on the effects of pretrial publicity." From The Mind's Eye, 1, (3).
Davis, D. (1991). Facing justice and judging faces: What do they have in common? In D. Davis (Ed.) From the Mind's Eye. 1 (1).
Davis, D. (1991). Making the best use of physical characteristics in court. In D. Davis (Ed.), From the Mind's Eye. 1 (1).
Davis, D. (1991). Standards of proof: Do jurors distinguish? In D. Davis (Ed.), From the Mind's Eye. 1 (1).
Davis, D. (1991). In the jury box: Tips for jury selection. In D. Davis (Ed.), From The Mind's Eye. 1 (1).
Davis, D. (1991). Death by procedure: Biasing effects of considering the harshest verdict first. In D. Davis (Ed.), From The Mind's Eye, 1, (1).
Davis, D. (1991). Deep pockets and bleeding hearts: Is Robin Hood alive and well in the American Jury? In D. Davis (Ed.), From The Mind's Eye, 1, (1).
Davis, D. (1991). Physicians and other high status defendants: with greater privilege goes greater responsibility. In D. Davis (Ed.), From the Mind's Eye, 1, (1).
Davis, D. (1991). Criminal juries and the leniency bias. In D. Davis (Ed.), From the Mind's Eye, 1, (1).
Davis, D. (1991). Human judgment and the hindsight bias. In D. Davis (Ed.), From the Mind's Eye, 1, (2).
Davis, D. (1991). To catch a liar: Are professionals more skillful? In D. Davis (Ed.), From The Mind's Eye, 1, (2).
Davis, D. (1991). Day in the life videos, the next generation: Bumps, cracks, and other accidents in waiting. In D. Davis (Ed.), From The Mind's Eye, 1, (2)
Davis, D. (1991). Half full or half empty: There is a difference (Or so we think!). In D. Davis (Ed.), From The Mind's Eye, 1, (2).
Davis, D. (1991). The importance of timing: Defense opening is most effective at the first opportunity. In D. Davis (Ed.), From The Mind's Eye, 1, (2).
Davis, D. Brochure, Sierra Trial and Opinion Consultants.

(Educational brochure, copyrighted and published by Sierra Trial and Opinion Consultants).


McGovern, K., & Davis, D. (1989). False allegations of child sexual abuse: Is there a problem? Nevada Family Law Review, February.
Davis, D. (1989). Flying with radar: Use of mock jury research to target critical issues and fine tune trial strategy. Inter Alia: Journal of the State Bar of Nevada, 54, (3).
Davis, D., & Olmsted, J. (1988). Trial consulting services: The winning edge from litigation support technology. Inter Alia: Journal of the State Bar of Nevada, 53 (2), 14-17.
Davis, D., & Ostrom, T. M. (1984). Attitude measurement. In R. J. Corsini (Ed.), Wiley Encyclopedia of Psychology. New York: Wiley, Vol. 1, 97-99.
Davis, D. & Holtgraves, T. (1984). Perceptions of unresponsive others: Attribution, attraction, understandability, and memory for their utterances. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 20, 383-408.
Davis, D. (1982). Determinants of responsiveness in dyadic interaction. In W. Ickes & E. S. Knowles (Eds.), Personality, roles, and social behavior (85-139). New York: Springer-Verlag.
Davis, D. (1981). Implications for interaction versus effectance as mediators of the similarity-attraction relationship. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 17, 96-116.
Davis, D., & Perkowitz, W. T. (1979). Consequences of responsiveness in dyadic interaction: Effects of probability of response and proportion of content-related responses on interpersonal attraction. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 37, 534-550.
Davis, D., & Brock, T. C. (1979). Heterosexual physical pleasuring: Effects of the recipient's status and responsiveness. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 15, 217-228.
Ostrom, T. M., & Davis, D. (1979). Idiosyncratic weighting of trait information in impression formation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 37, 2025-2043.
Davis, D., & Martin, H. J. (1978). When pleasure begets pleasure: Recipient responsiveness as a determinant of physical pleasuring between heterosexual dating couples and strangers. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 36, 767-777.
Davis, D., Rainey H. C., & Brock, T. C. (1976). Physical pleasuring: Effects of sex combinations, recipient attributes, and anticipated future interaction. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 33, 89-106.
Davis, D., & Brock, T. C. (1975). Use of first person pronouns as a function of increased objective self-awareness and performance feedback. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 11, 381-388.
Davis, D., & Wicklund, R. A. (1973). An objective self-awareness analysis of communication sets. In S. Duval & R. A. Wicklund, A theory of objective self-awareness. New York: Academic Press, 180-186.
Davis, D., & Ostrom, T. M. (1973) Trait implication in impression formation. Proceedings, LXXXI Annual Convention, American Psychological Association, 195-196.
Jellison, J. M., & Davis, D. (1973). Relationships between perceived ability and attitude extremity. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 27, 430-436.
Davis, D., & Brock, T. C. (1972). Paradoxical instigation of self-criticism by inordinate praise. Proceedings, LXXX Annual Convention. American psychological association, 191-192.
Ostrom, T. M., Edwards, J. D., Rosenblood, L. K., & Davis, D. (1972). Communication discrepancy and attitude change: a bibliography of research and theory. Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 2, 64-84.

PRESENTATIONS
NATIONAL MEETINGS
Davis, D., & Jellison, J. M. (1972). Relationships between perceived ability and attitude extremity. Eastern Psychological Association, Boston.
Davis, D., & Brock, T. C. (1972). Paradoxical instigation of self criticism by inordinate praise. American Psychological Association, Honolulu.
Davis, D., & Ostrom, T. M. (1973) Trait implication in impression formation. American Psychological Association, Montreal.
Davis, D., Ostrom, T. M., & Caldwell, J. (1973). Meaning shift and the set size effect. Western Psychological Association, Anaheim.
Davis, D., & Brock, T. C. (1973) Heightened self-awareness, self-esteem, and egocentric thought. Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, D. C.
Davis, D., & Brock, T. C. (1974). Social determinants of physical pleasuring: Effects of the relative status of the pleasurer and the recipient. Western Psychological Association, San Francisco.
Davis, D., Brock, T. C., & Rainey, H. G. (1974). Social determinants of physical pleasuring: Effects of the attractiveness and responsiveness of the recipient. Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia.
Ostrom, T. M., & Davis, D. (1975). Stimulus interaction in impression formation. Eastern Psychological Association, New York.
Davis, D. (1975). Use of first person pronouns as a function of increased objective self-awareness and prior feedback. Eastern Psychological Association, New York,.
Davis, D., & Perkowitz, W. T. (1977) Effects of responsiveness in a verbal exchange on interpersonal attraction. American Psychological Association, San Francisco.
Martin, H. J., & Davis, D. (1977) Effects of sex, responsiveness, and relationship meaningfulness on physical pleasuring. American Psychological Association, San Francisco.
Davis, D. (1978). Similarity, interaction, and interpersonal attraction. American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
Davis, D. (1978). Instrumental conditioning of conversational behavior: Responsiveness is rewarding. American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
Davis, D., Holtgraves, T., Kasmer, J., & Ginsburg, G. (1982). Self-consciousness, attitudes, subjective norms, and behavioral intentions. American Psychological Association, Washington, D. C.
Davis, D. (1982). Information-processing consequences of responsiveness in dyadic interaction. Nags Head Conference on Social Cognition, Nags Head, North Carolina. (Invited address).
Davis, D. (1982). Antecedents and consequences of responsiveness in dyadic interaction. Nags Head Conference on Naturalistic Studies of Social Interaction, Nags Head, North Carolina. (Invited address).
Holtgraves, T., & Davis, D. (1983). Perceptions of unresponsive others: Attributions, attraction, understandability, and memory for their utterances. Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, California.
Holtgraves, T., & Davis, D. (1983). Processing efficiency of responsive and unresponsive content. American Psychological Association, Anaheim, California.
Davis, D. (1983). Moderators of the consequences of responsiveness in dyadic interaction. Nags Head Conference on Social Cognition, Nags Head, North Carolina. (Invited address).
Davis, D. (1983). When unresponsive behavior is not so bad. Nags Head Conference on Interpersonal Relations, Nags Head, North Carolina.
Davis, D. (1984) Antecedents and consequences of responsiveness in dyadic interaction. Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans. (Invited Address)
Davis, D. (1984) Antecedents and consequences of responsiveness in dyadic interaction. International Communications Association, San Francisco. (Invited Address).
Dewitt, J. S., Davis, D., Naseth, G. J., & Carney, A. (1984). Moderators of the consequences of responsiveness in communication. International Communications Association, San Francisco. (Invited address).
Davis, D. (1984) Speech acts and planning in conversation. Symposium; International Communications Association, San Francisco. (Invited to organize and chair this symposium)
Davis, D., & Droll, D. (1984). Toward a psychology of forgiving. American Psychological Association, Toronto. (Invited address).
Holtgraves, T. M., & Davis, D. (1984) Attributional consequences of responsiveness in conversation. American Psychological Association, Toronto. (Invited address).
Davis, D. (1984). The role of responsiveness in interpersonal relations. Society of Experimental Social Psychology. Snowbird Resort, Utah. (Invited address).
Davis, D., & Droll, D. (1985). Relative power, accounts and apologies as determinants of forgiving. American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.
Carney, A., Davis, D., & Lipparelli, M. A. (1986). A reformulation and extension of Brown and Levinson's theory of politeness. Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles.
Carney, A., Dewitt, J. S., & Davis, D. (1986). Effects of stereotypes, order of presentation, and familiarity on person memory. Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, 1986.
Davis, D., Carney, A., & Dewitt, J. S. (1986). Comprehension and face as determinants of listener responsiveness in conversation. American Psychological Association, Washington, D. C.
Davis, D. (1986). Chair, session entitled "The social relations model." American Psychological Association, Washington, D. C.
Davis, D. (1986). Effects of listener status and familiarity, and the magnitude of request on use of polite form in conversation. Hags Head Conference on Groups, networks and organizations, Nags Head, North Carolina. (Invited address).
Davis, D. (1987). Psychology and the legal system. Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Charlottesville, Virginia.
Lewis, E. W., & Davis, D. (1988). The attribution of responsibility: An application to the legal system. Western Psychological Association, San Francisco.
Gastanaga, L., Greenstein, F., Kaplan, M., Pearlman, A., Price, N., Robbins, R., Wentzel, S., & Davis, D. (1988). Verbal assertiveness: A theoretical review and reformulation. Western Psychological Association, San Francisco.
Davis, D., Rippens, P., & Foushee, R. (1989). Public knowledge and beliefs concerning child sex abuse. Western Psychological Association, Reno.
Davis, D. (1989). Chair, session on "Opportunities for research support for AIDS related projects." Western Psychological Association, Reno.
Lewis, E. W. & Davis, D. (1992). Mitigating circumstances in sentencing: The effect of attributional complexity. American Psychology and Law Society, San Diego.
Davis, D., & Ostler, T. (1992). Erotophobia, sex guilt and biased jurors. American Psychology and Law Society, San Diego.
Lewis, E. W., & Davis, D. (1992). Effects of attributional complexity, authoritarianism, and empathy on sentencing. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Boise.
Savoy, S. O., Coker, R., Misselli, V., Mifflin, J., & Davis, D. (1992). Juror reactions to sex applications of hypnosis in the legal system. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Boise.
Ostler, T., & Davis, D. (1992). Erotophobia, sex guilt and reactions to sex related crimes. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Boise.
Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (1997). May to December: A theory of mate selection across the life span. Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Toronto, Canada, October, 1997.
Lesbo, M., Davis, D., & Sundahl, I. (1997). Age and sex differences in advertising for mates. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Reno, April, 1997.
Sundahl, I., Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (1997). Perceptions of control and bet size: A naturalistic study of casino craps. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Reno, April, 1997.
Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (1999). The role of sexuality stereotypes in judgments of rape among women of four races. Northwest Conference on Memory and Cognition, May 1999.
Davis, D., Follette, W. C., & Merlino, M. L. (1999). Seeds of rape: Female behavior is probative for females, definitive for males. Psychological Expertise and Criminal Justice: A conference for Psychologists and Lawyers (Jointly sponsored by APA and ABA). Washington, DC, October.
Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (2000). Gender, attachment and physical, emotional and behavioral reactions to breakups. Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon, April, 2000.
Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2000). Attachment, marital interaction: The four horsemen and their first cousins. Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon, April, 2000.
Davis, D., & Follette, W. C., (2000). Attachment style and emotional expression in close relationships. Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon, April, 2000.
Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (2000). Gender, attachment and subjective motivations for sex. Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon, April, 2000.
Davis, D. (2001). Factors compromising witness memory in high profile/traumatic cases. SMU Air Law and Commerce Symposium, Dallas, February.
Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2001). “DIPPing” in the jury pool: Designing voir dire questions to Diagnose, Ingratiate, Persuade, and Procure the jury you want.

SMU Air Law and Commerce Symposium, Dallas, February.


Davis, D., Follette, W. C., & Lesbo, M. V. (2001). Adult attachment style and the experience of unwanted sex. Western Psychological Association, Maui, Hawaii, May.
Davis, D. Lesbo, M. V., Fuhrel, A., & Barkewai, Z. (2001). May to December: Determinants of romantic relationship motivation across the lifespan. Western Psychological Association, Maui, Hawaii, May.
Davis, D., Follette, W. C., & Vernon, M. L., Shaver, P. R. (2001). Adult attachment style, extent and manner of expression of sexual needs. Western Psychological Association, Maui, Hawaii, May.
Davis, D., & Follette, W. C. (2001). Fallacies of post hoc heuristic reasoning in the judicial system. Western Psychological Association, Maui, Hawaii, May.
Follette, W. C., & Davis, D. (2001). Rethinking the rules of evidence: Empirical determination of “Probative value” of evidence. Western Psychological Association, Maui, Hawaii, May.
Davis, D. (2001). Victim syndrome evidence in court: Heuristic reasoning from diagnosis to verdict. Western Psychological Association, Maui, Hawaii, May.
Davis, D., & Goodis, J. (2001). Does consent to alcohol equal consent to sex? American Psychological Association, San Francisco, August.
Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. V. (2001). Sculpting the body beautiful: Attachment style and use of plastic surgery. American Psychological Association, San Francisco, August.
Vanous, S., & Davis, D. (2001). Motive evidence: Probative or just prejudicial? Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Reno, April.
Vanous, S., & Davis, D. (2002). Cultural stereotypes of motive, means and how to cover up a crime. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Salt Lake City, April.
Davis, D. (2002). Memory on trial. Federal Public Defender Investigator Association, Portland, Oregon, April.
Davis, D. (2002). Toward empirical standards for evaluation of the admissibility of evidence. Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Columbus, Ohio, October.
Davis, D., Follette, W. C. (2003). Attachment, terror management, and end-of-life caregiving/receiving. Compassionate Love Conference, sponsored by the International Association of Relationship Research and the Fetzer Foundation.
Davis, D. (2004). Attachment, sexual motivation and sexual behavior. Society of Personality and Social Psychology.
Davis, D. (2004). Attachment and sexual pathology. International Association of Relationship Research. Bloomington, Indiana.
Davis, D. (2004). Sex in service of attachment and caregiving. Dynamics of Romantic Love: Attachment, Caregiving, and Sex. Davis, California.
Davis, D. (2004, January). Attachment and end-of-life caregiving. Invited address: Duke University Medical School.
Davis, D., Knaack, D., Lopez, P., Koyama, M., White, B., Bailey, D. & Kusal, T. (2005). Memory for Threats in Conversation Enhanced by Later Knowledge of Violence Between Participants. American Psychological Society, Los Angeles, CA.
Davis, D., Vanous, S., & Cucciare, M. (2005) Unconscious Transference as an Instance of 'Change Blindness.' American Psychological Society, Los Angeles, CA.

Shaver, P. R., Schachner, D. A., Gillath, O., & Davis, D. (2005). Interrelations of the Attachment and Sexual Behavioral Systems. Symposium Title:Research on Sexual Motives: Implications for Sexual Behavior and Intimate Relationships. American Psychological Association.


Rumble M, Keefe F, Porter L, Miller J, Davis D, Scipio C, Garst J, Peterson B. Relationship of marital attachment style to symptoms,self-efficacy and psychological distress in patients with lung cancer and their spouses. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Pain Society, San Antonio, TX, May 2006.
Davis, D. (2006). Confession evidence. Association of American Law Schools. Washington, D. C. (January) (Invited Address).
Davis, D., Leo, R. A., Knaack, D., Bailey, D. A. (2006). Sympathetic detectives with time limited offers: Effects on perceived consequences of confession. Association for Psychological Science. New York, May.
Davis, D., Vernon, M. V., & Shaver, P. R. (2006). How do we cause our relationships to fail? The role of attachment style. Association for Psychological Science, New York, May.
Davis, D., Carlen, L. & Gallio, J. (2006). Attachment, rape supportive attitudes, and perceived validity of claims in three rape scenarios. Association for Psychological Science. New York, May.
Nelson, K. J., Laney, C., Le, A. J., Fowler, N. B., Knowles, E. D., Davis, D., & Loftus, E. F. (2007). Change blindness can cause mistaken eyewitness identifications. Association for Psychological Science. Washington, D.C., May.
Davis, D., Weaver, T., Leo, R. A. (2007). Effects of failed polygraph results on true and false confessions. American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA., August.
Davis, D., Leo, R. A., Follette, W. C. (2007). Effects of interrogation tactics on recommendation of false confession for the innocent. Interrogations and Confessions. El Paso, TX: September.
Davis, D. (2007). The problem of false confessions: Policy considerations and the issue of type I and type II outcome errors in interrogations.
Davis, D. & Follette, W. C. (2007). Blowing smoke and selling snake oil: Sources of invalidity and exaggeration in expert testimony; Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, CA, November. (Invited address).
Davis, D., Leo, R. A., & Follette, W. C. (2008). Recommending false confession for the innocent. American Psychology-Law Society. Ft. Lauderdale, Fl: March.

INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS
Davis, D., & Brock, T. C. (1976). Determinants of interpersonal physical pleasuring. International Congress of Psychology, Paris, France.
Davis, D. (1980). A "rewards of interaction" interpretation of the similarity-attraction relationship: Theory and data. International Congress of Psychology, Leipzig, East Germany.
Davis, D. (1980). Antecedents and consequences of responsiveness in dyadic interaction. International Congress of Psychology, Leipzig, East Germany.
Davis, D., & Holtgraves, T. M. (1983). Responsiveness, understanding and memory in dyadic interaction. Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Quito, Ecuador.
Kelley, L., Davis, D., & Wood, J. (1984) Status, physical attractiveness and popularity as elicitors of responsiveness from others. International Congress of Psychology, Acapulco, Mexico.
Davis, D., Kelley, L., Wood, J., & Steronko, R. (1984). Consequencias evolucionarias de responsividad materna y peterna: amour proprio y punto internal de control. International Congress of Psychology, Acapulco, Mexico.
Davis, D., Dewitt, J. S., & Carney, A. (1985). Las limitaciones en algunas reglas de conversacion: Cuando se espera y se condona el comportamiento no responsivo. Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Caracus, Venezuela.
Davis, D., & Lewis, E. W. (1988). The attribution of responsibility within the American legal system. XXIV International Congress of Psychology, Sydney Australia.
Davis, D., Wentzel, S., Robbins, R., Price, N., Pearlman, A., Kaplan, M., Greenstein, F., & Gastanaga, L. Verbal assertiveness in conversation. XXIV International Congress of Psychology, Sydney, Australia, 1988.
Davis, D., Rippens, P., & Foushee, R. (1989). Public beliefs about child sexual abuse. Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Davis, D., Ostler, T., & McBride, G. (1989). Verbal and nonverbal flirting techniques. Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Davis, D. & Leontauras, A. (1995). Dating preferences and practices across the lifespan. Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Puerto Rico. (Invited Address).
Davis, D., Lesbo, M., Adams, R., Shelton, N., Lindquist, M. (1998). The role of stereotypes regarding sexuality in judgements of rapes among women of four races. 24th Annual Congress of Applied Psychology, San Francisco, CA, August, 1998.
Sundahl, I., Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (1998). Personality and preferences for casino games. 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology, San Francisco, CA, August, 1998.
Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (1998). Female wardrobe choices and sexual intent: Female intent and male interpretation. 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology, San Francisco, CA., August, 1998.
Davis, D., & Lesbo, M. (1998). Use of the Internet for cross-cultural survey research: A study of life-span mate selection. 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology, San Francisco, CA, August, 1998.
Davis, D., Lesbo, M. & Thoroughgood, A. J. (1999). The role of stereotypes of female sexuality in rape. Northwest Conference on Memory and Cognition, Victoria, Canada, May 1999.




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