BiblioAlertes du 15 juillet 2008

15 juillet 2008 par Frank Arnould

Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, vol. 4, n° 1, 2008 :

Newring, K. A. B., & O’Donohue, W. (2008). False confessions and influenced witness statements, pp. 81-107. Article en ligne à l’adresse suivante : http://www.apcj.org/Documents/Volume4Issue1/vol4is1_3_Newring_and_Odonohue.pdf

Developmental Psychology, vol. 44, n° 4, 2008 :

Bright-Paul, A., Jarrold, C., & Wright, D.B. Theory-of-mind development influences suggestibility and source monitoring, pp. 1055-1068.

Journal of Non Verbal Behavior, vol. 32, n°3, 2008 :

Forgas, J.P., & East, R. How real is that smile ? Mood effects on accepting or rejecting the veracity of emotional facial expressions, pp. 157-170.

Law and Human Behavior, vol. 32, n° 4, 2008 :

Perfect, T., Wagstaff, G.F., Moore, D., Andrews, B., Cleveland, V., Newcombe, S., Brisbane, K.A., & Brown, L. How can we help witnesses to remember more ? It’s an (eyes) open and shut case, pp.314-324. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Bond, G.D. Deception detection expertise, pp. 339-351. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Levett, L.M., & Bull Kovera, M. The Effectiveness of opposing expert witnesses for educating jurors about unreliable expert evidence, pp. 363-374.

Psychological Bulletin, vol. 134, n° 4, 2008 :

Bond Jr., C.F., & DePaulo, B.M.  Individual differences in judging deception : Accuracy and bias, pp. 477-492