BiblioAlertes du 11 juin 2009

11 juin 2009 par Frank Arnould

American Journal of Psychology, vol. 122, n° 2, 2009 :

Seamon, J.G., Blumenson, C.N., Karp, S.R., Perl, J.J., Rindlaub, L.A., & Speisman, B.B. Did we see someone shake hands with a fire hydrant ? : collaborative recall affects false recollections from a campus walk, pp. 235-247.

Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol. 23, n° 5, 2009 :

Conway, A. R. A., Skitka, L. J., Hemmerich, J. A., & Kershaw, T. C. Flashbulb memory for 11 September 2001, pp. 605-623.

Nash, R. A., & Wade, K. A. Innocent but proven guilty : Eliciting internalized false confessions using doctored-video evidence, pp. 624-637. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Dando, C., Wilcock, R., Milne, R., & Henry, L. A modified cognitive interview procedure for frontline police investigators, pp. 698-716. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Abenavoli, R., & Henkel, L. A. Remembering when we last remembered our childhood experiences : Effects of age and context on retrospective metamemory judgments, pp. 717-732.

Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, vol. 5, n° 1, 2009 :

Dillon, J. M, McAllister, H. A., & Vernon, L. L. The hybrid lineup combining sequential and simultaneous features : A first test, pp. 90-108. Article disponible en accès libre à l’adresse suivante : http://www.apcj.org/journal/index.php?mode=view&item=49. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Behavioral Sciences & the Law, vol. 27, n° 3, 2009 :

Heath, W. P. Arresting and convicting the innocent : the potential role of an inappropriate emotional display in the accused, pp. 313-332.

Kostelnik, J. O., & Reppucci, N. D. Reid training and sensitivity to developmental maturity in interrogation : results from a national survey of police, pp. 361-379.

Leo, R. A., & Liu, B. What do potential jurors know about police interrogation techniques and false confessions ? pp. 381-399. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Najdowski, C. J., Bottoms, B. L., & Vargas, M. C. Jurors’ perceptions of juvenile defendants : the influence of intellectual disability, abuse history, and confession evidence, pp. 401-430.

Snyder, C. J., Lassiter, G. D., Lindberg, M. J., & Pinegar, S. K. Videotaped interrogations and confessions : does a dual-camera approach yield unbiased and accurate evaluations ? pp. 451-466. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Woody, W. D., & Forrest, K. D. Effects of false-evidence ploys and expert testimony on jurors’ verdicts, recommended sentences, and perceptions of confession evidence, pp. 333-360.

Child Abuse and Neglect, vol. 33, n° 5, 2009 :

Cyr, M., & Lamb, M. E. Assessing the effectiveness of the NICHD investigative interview protocol when interviewing French-speaking alleged victims of child sexual abuse in Quebec, pp. 257-268. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.