Ahmed M. Megreya
Ahmed M. Megreya
Professor of Cognitive Psychology, College of Education, Qatar University
Verified email at qu.edu.qa - Homepage
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Unfamiliar faces are not faces: Evidence from a matching task
AM Megreya, AM Burton
Memory & cognition 34 (4), 865-876, 2006
4012006
Matching faces to photographs: Poor performance in eyewitness memory (without the memory).
AM Megreya, AM Burton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 14 (4), 364, 2008
2022008
Hits and false positives in face matching: A familiarity-based dissociation
AM Megreya, AM Burton
Perception & psychophysics 69 (7), 1175-1184, 2007
1422007
The other-race effect does not rely on memory: Evidence from a matching task
AM Megreya, D White, AM Burton
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (8), 1473-1483, 2011
882011
Sex differences in unfamiliar face identification: Evidence from matching tasks
AM Megreya, M Bindemann, C Havard
Acta Psychologica 137 (1), 83-89, 2011
832011
Matching face images taken on the same day or months apart: The limitations of photo ID
AM Megreya, A Sandford, AM Burton
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (6), 700-706, 2013
802013
Revisiting the processing of internal and external features of unfamiliar faces: The headscarf effect
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
Perception 38 (12), 1831-1848, 2009
612009
Individual differences in personality and face identification
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (1), 30-37, 2013
572013
Left face matching bias: Right hemisphere dominance or scanning habits?
AM Megreya, C Havard
Laterality 16 (1), 75-92, 2011
472011
Recognising faces seen alone or with others: When two heads are worse than one
AM Megreya, AM Burton
Applied Cognitive Psychology 20 (7), 957-972, 2006
432006
Developmental improvement and age-related decline in unfamiliar face matching
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
Perception 44 (1), 5-22, 2015
372015
The headscarf effect: Direct evidence from the eyewitness identification paradigm
AM Megreya, A Memon, C Havard
Applied Cognitive Psychology 26 (2), 308-315, 2012
302012
Spatialization in working memory is related to literacy and reading direction: Culture “literarily” directs our thoughts
A Guida, AM Megreya, M Lavielle-Guida, Y NoŽl, F Mathy, JP van Dijck, ...
Cognition 175, 96-100, 2018
292018
Emotional intelligence and criminal behaviour
AM Megreya
Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2015
272015
Criminal thinking styles and emotional intelligence in Egyptian offenders
AM Megreya
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 23 (1), 56-71, 2013
252013
Recognising faces seen alone or with others: Why are two heads worse than one?
M Bindemann, A Sandford, K Gillatt, M Avetisyan, AM Megreya
Perception 41 (4), 415-435, 2012
232012
Identity-lineup location influences target selection: Evidence from eye movements
AM Megreya, M Bindemann, C Havard, AM Burton
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 27 (2), 167-178, 2012
212012
The robustness of the Nine-Factor Structure of the Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire across Four Arabic Speaking Middle Eastern Countries
A Megreya, R Latzman, A Al-Attiyah, M Alrashidi
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 47 (6), 875-890, 2016
192016
The psychometric properties of an Arabic version of the Personality Inventory for DSM-5 (PID-5) across three Arabic-speaking Middle Eastern countries
AA Al-Attiyah, AM Megreya, M Alrashidi, SA Dominguez-Lara, ...
International Journal of Culture and Mental Health 10 (2), 197-205, 2017
172017
Identification accuracy for single‐and double‐perpetrator crimes: Does accomplice gender matter?
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
British Journal of Psychology 103 (4), 439-453, 2012
162012
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