BiblioAlertes du 10 mai 2011

10 mai 2011 par Frank Arnould

Acta Psychologica, vol 136, n° 3, 2011 :

Agosta, S., Mega, A., & Sartori, G. Detrimental effects of using negative sentences in the autobiographical IAT, pp. 269-275.

British Journal of Psychology, vol. 102, n° 2, 2011 :

Karageorge, A., & Zajac, R. Exploring the effects of age and delay on children’s person identifications : Verbal descriptions, lineup performance, and the influence of wildcards, pp. 161-183.

Experimental Aging Research, vol. 37, n° 3, 2011 :

Aizpurua, A., Garcia-Bajos, E., & Migueles, M. False recognition and source attribution for actions of an emotional event in older and younger adults, pp. 310-329. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Experimental Psychology, vol. 58, n° 3, 2011 :

Gerrie, M. P., & Garry, M. (2011). Warnings reduce false memories for missing aspects of events, pp. 207-216. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Journal of Experimental child Psychology, vol. 109, n° 1, 2011 :

Knott, L. M., Howe, M. L., Wimmer, M. C., & Dewhurst, S. A. The development of automatic and controlled inhibitory retrieval processes in true and false recall, pp. 91-108.

Journal of Memory and Language, vol. 64, n° 3, 2011 :

Pansky, A., Tenenboim, E., & Bar, S. K.The misinformation effect revisited : Interactions between spontaneous memory processes and misleading suggestions, pp. 270-287.

Journal of Police and Criminological Psychology, vol. 26, n° 1, 2011 :

Duckworth, T. S., Kreiner, D. S., Stark-Wroblewski, K., & Marsh, P. A. Effects of experiencing the eyewitness identification procedure on juror decisions, pp. 11-19.

Rooy, D., & Lamb, M. E. What happens when interviewers ask repeated questions in forensic interviews with children alleging abuse ? pp. 20-25. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

La Rooy, D., Lamb, M. E., & Memon, A. Forensic interviews with children in Scotland : A survey of interview practices among police, pp. 26-34.

Rischke, A. E., Roberts, K. P., & Price, H. L. Using spaced learning principles to translate knowledge into behavior : Evidence from investigative interviews of alleged child abuse victims, pp. 58-67.

Memory, vol. 19, n° 3, 2011 :

Hanczakowski, M., & Mazzoni, G. Both differences in encoding processes and monitoring at retrieval reduce false alarms when distinctive information is studied, pp. 280-289.

Psychology, Crime, and Law, vol. 17, n° 5, 2011 :

Horn, R., Vahidy, S., & Charters, S. Testifying in the Special Court for Sierra Leone : witness perceptions of safety and emotional welfare, pp. 435-455.

Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, vol. 17, n° 2, 2011 :

Brubacher, S. P., Roberts, K. P., & Powell, M. Effects of practicing episodic versus scripted recall on children’s subsequent narratives of a repeated event, pp. 286-314.