BiblioAlertes 24 du mai 2007

24 mai 2007 par Frank Arnould

International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, vol. 30, n° 3, 2007 :

Morgan III, C.A., Hazlett, G., Baranoski, M., Doran, A., Southwick, S., & Loftus, E. Accuracy of Eyewitness Identification is significantly associated with performance on a standardized test of face recognition, 213-223.

Nachson, I., Read, J.D., Seelau, S.M., Goodyear-Smith, F., Lobb, B., Davies, G., Glicksohn, J., Lifschitz, M., & Brimacombe, E. Effects of prior knowledge and expert statement on belief in recovered memories : An international perspective, 224-236.

Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, vol. 48, n° 5, 2007 :

McCrory, E., Henry, L.A., & Happe, F. Eye-witness memory and suggestibility in children with Asperger syndrome, 482-489. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Law and Human Behavior, vol. 31, n° 3, 2007 :

Neuschatz, J.S., Lawson, D.S., Fairless, A.H., Powers, R.A., Neuschatz, J.S., Goodsell, C.A., & Toglia, M.P. The mitigating effects of suspicion on post-identification feedback and on retrospective eyewitness memory, 231-247. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Offe, H., Offe, S. The Comparison Question Test : Does it work and if so how ? 291-303.

Psychiatric Services, vol. 58, n° 4, 2007 :

Appelbaum, P.S. The new lie detectors : Neuroscience, deception, and the courts, 460-462.

The Scientist, vol. 21, n° 8, 2007 :

Ganguli, I. Watching the brain lie : Can fMRI replace the polygraph ? Article en ligne à l’adresse : http://www.the-scientist.com/article/home/53137/