BiblioAlertes du 14 avril 2011

14 avril 2011 par Frank Arnould

Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol. 25, n° 2, 2011 :

Frowd, C. D., Pitchford, M., Bruce, V., Jackson, S., Hepton, G., Greenall, M., McIntyre, A. H., et al. The psychology of face construction : Giving evolution a helping hand, pp. 195-203. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Vrij, A., Leal, S., Mann, S. A., & Granhag, P. A. A comparison between lying about intentions and past activities : Verbal cues and detection accuracy, pp. 212-218.

Akehurst, L., Manton, S., & Quandte, S. Careful calculation or a leap of faith ? A field study of the translation of CBCA ratings to final credibility judgements, pp. 236-243. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Flowe, H. An exploration of visual behaviour in eyewitness identification tests, pp. 244-254.

Boydell, C. A., & Read, J. D. Accuracy of and confidence in mock jailhouse informants’ recall of criminal accounts, pp. 255-264.

Flowe, H. D., & Humphries, J. E. An examination of criminal face bias in a random sample of police lineups, pp. 265-273. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Agosta, S., Ghirardi, V., Zogmaister, C., Castiello, U., & Sartori, G. Detecting fakers of the autobiographical IAT, PP. 299-306.

Sherman, S. M., & Moran, E. J. Creating false memories for brand names, pp. 336-340.

Pezdek, K., & Blandón‐Gitlin, I. Imagining implausible events does not lead to false autobiographical memories : Commentary on Sharman and Scoboria (2009), pp. 341-343.

Sharman, S. J., & Scoboria, A. Event plausibility and imagination inflation : A reply to Pezdek and Blandon‐Gitlin, pp. 344-346.

Loftus, E. F. How I got started : From semantic memory to expert testimony, pp. 347-348.

Criminology & Criminal Justice, vol. 11, n° 1, 2011 :

Jones, S. Under pressure : Women who plead guilty to crimes they have not committed, pp. 77 -90.

Developmental Psychology, vol. 47, n° 2, 2011 :

Holliday, R. E., Brainerd, C. J., & Reyna, V. F. Developmental reversals in false memory : Now you see them, now you don’t ! pp. 442-449. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, vol. 33, n° 5-6, 2010 :

Fisher, R. P., & Geiselman, R. E. The Cognitive Interview method of conducting police interviews : Eliciting extensive information and promoting Therapeutic Jurisprudence, pp. 321-328.

Law and Human Behavior, vol. 35, n° 2, 2011 :

McAllister, H. A., Baiamonte, B. A., Ory, J. H., & Scherer, J. A. The effect of wanted posters on prospective and retrospective memory, pp. 104-109.

Hosch, H. M., Culhane, S. E., Jolly, K. W., Chavez, R. M., & Shaw, L. H. Effects of an alibi witness’s relationship to the defendant on mock jurors’ judgments, pp. 127-142.

Buck, J. A., London, K., & Wright, D. B. Expert testimony regarding child witnesses : Does it sensitize jurors to forensic interview quality ? pp. 152-164.

Personality and Individual Differences, vol. 50, n° 5, 2011 :

Dehon, H., Larøi, F., & Linden, M. V. der. The influence of encoding style on the production of false memories in the DRM paradigm : New insights on individual differences in false memory susceptibility ? pp. 583-587. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Psychological Science, vol. 22, n° 4, 2011 :

Richler, J. J., Cheung, O. S., & Gauthier, I. Holistic processing predicts face recognition, pp. 464 -471.