Ahmed M. Megreya
Ahmed M. Megreya
Professor of Cognitive Psychology, College of Education, Qatar University
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Unfamiliar faces are not faces: Evidence from a matching task
AM Megreya, AM Burton
Memory & cognition 34, 865-876, 2006
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
Hits and false positives in face matching: A familiarity-based dissociation
AM Megreya, AM Burton
Perception & psychophysics 69, 1175-1184, 2007
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
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
Sex differences in unfamiliar face identification: Evidence from matching tasks
AM Megreya, M Bindemann, C Havard
Acta Psychologica 137 (1), 83-89, 2011
Individual differences in personality and face identification
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (1), 30-37, 2013
Revisiting the processing of internal and external features of unfamiliar faces: The headscarf effect
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
Perception 38 (12), 1831-1848, 2009
Left face matching bias: Right hemisphere dominance or scanning habits?
AM Megreya, C Havard
Laterality 16 (1), 75-92, 2011
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
Developmental improvement and age-related decline in unfamiliar face matching
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
Perception 44 (1), 5-22, 2015
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
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
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
Emotional intelligence and criminal behaviour
AM Megreya
Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2015
Feature instructions improve face-matching accuracy
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
PloS one 13 (3), e0193455, 2018
Criminal thinking styles and emotional intelligence in Egyptian offenders
AM Megreya
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 23 (1), 56-71, 2013
The headscarf effect: Direct evidence from the eyewitness identification paradigm
AM Megreya, A Memon, C Havard
Applied Cognitive Psychology 26 (2), 308-315, 2012
Cognitive emotion regulation strategies, anxiety, and depression in mothers of children with or without neurodevelopmental disorders
AM Megreya, AA Al-Attiyah, AA Moustafa, EEA Hassanein
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 76, 101600, 2020
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
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