Publications

Links to my current publications are available here. If you are having trouble accessing any papers, please let me know and I will be happy to share an author copy with you.

* Denotes equal contribution

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Peer-reviewed research articles:

Maria Cuellar, Jacqueline Mauro, and Amanda Luby, “A probabilistic formalization of contextual bias in forensic analysis: Evidence that examiner bias leads to systemic bias in the criminal justice systemJournal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A - Statistics in Society, 2022+. Accepted.

Alex Reinhart, Ciaran Evans, Amanda Luby, Josue Orellana, Mikaela Meyer, Jerzy Wieczorek, Peter Elliott, Philipp Burckhardt, Rebecca Nugent “Think-aloud interviews: A tool for exploring student statistical reasoningJournal of Statistics and Data Science Education, 2022. 30(2).

Shannon Gallagher*, Kayla Frisoli*, Amanda Luby*, “Opening up the court (surface) in tennis grand slams”, Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports, 2021. 17(4), 255-271.

Amanda Luby, Anjali Mazumder, Brian Junker, “Psychometric Analysis of Forensic Examiner Behavior”, Behaviormetrika, 2020. 47, 355-384.

Amanda Luby, Joseph B Kadane, “Proficiency testing of fingerprint examiners with Bayesian Item Response Theory,” Law, Probability & Risk, 2018. 17(2), 111-121.

Amanda Luby, “Strengthening Analyses of Lineup Procedures: A log-linear model framework,” Law, Probability & Risk, 2017. 16(4), 241–257.

Refereed Proceedings

Amanda Luby and Riley Thompson†, “Modeling Covarying Responses in Complex Tasks”. Quantitative Psychology: The 86th Meeting of the Psychometric Society, 2022. Edited by Wiberg, M., Molenaar, D., Gonzalez, J., Kim, J-S., H. Hwang.

Amanda Luby, Anjali Mazumder, Brian Junker, “Psychometrics for Forensic Fingerprint Comparisons,” Quantitative Psychology: The 85th Meeting of the Psychometric Society, 2021. Edited by Wiberg, M., Culpepper, S.A., Janssen, R., González, J., & Molenaar, D.

Book Chapters and Other Reports

Amanda Luby, “Decision Making in Forensic Identification Tasks,” Open Forensic Science in R, 2019. Edited by Sam Tyner and Heike Hofmann.