BiblioAlertes du 14 juin 2007

14 juin 2007 par Frank Arnould

Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, vol. 97, n° 2, 2007 :

Salmon, K., Yao, J., Berntsen, O., & Pipe, M.-E. Does providing props during preparation help children to remember a novel event ? 99-116.

Roebers, C.M., von der Linden, N., Schneider, W., & Howie, P. Children’s metamemorial judgements in an event recall task, 117-137.

Tang, C.M., Bartsch, K., & Nunez, N. Young children’s reports of when learning occured, 149-164. (Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins).

Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, vol. 7, n° 1, 2007 :

Watters, T., Brineman, J. & Wright, S. Between rock and a hard place : Why hearsay testimony may be a necessary evil in child sexual abuse cases, 47-57.

Kehn, A., Gray, J., & Nunez, N.L. Hearsay testimony : protecting the needs of children at the expense of the defendant’s right to a fair trial, 59-66.

Swiss Journal of Psychology, vol. 65, n° 4, 2006 :

Dumas, R., & Testé, B. The influence of criminal facial stereotypes on juridic judgments, 237-244.