BiblioAlertes du 18 août 2009

18 août 2009 par Frank Arnould

Applied Developmental Science, vol. 13, n° 3, 2009 :

Talwar, V., Crossman, A. M., Gulmi, J., Renaud, S., & Williams, S. Pants on fire ? Detecting children’s lies, pp. 119-129.

Basic and Applied Social Psychology, vol. 31, n° 2, 2009 :

Gross, T. F. Own-ethnicity bias in the recognition of Black, East Asian, Hispanic, and White Faces, pp. 128-135.

Biological Psychology, vol. 81, n° 2, 2009 :

Wiese, H., Stahl, J., & Schweinberger, S. R. Configural processing of other-race faces is delayed but not decreased, pp. 103-109.

Chinese Science Bulletin, vol. 54, n° 12, 2009 :

Ma, Y., Ge, J., Xu, X., Fan, Y., Yang, S., & Han, S. (2009). Asymmetric neurocognitive representation of ethnic in-group/out-group faces, pp. 2076-2081.

Emotion Review, vol. 1, n° 2, 2009 :

Kensinger, E. A. Remembering the details : Effects of emotion, pp. 99-113.

Mather, M., & Sutherland, M. Disentangling the effects of arousal and valence on memory for intrinsic details, pp. 118-119.

Hamann, S. Towards understanding emotion’s effects on memory, pp. 114-115.

Kensinger, E. A. What factors need to be considered to understand emotional memories ? pp. 120-121.

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 45, n° 4, 2009 :

Albrechtsen, J. S., Meissner, C. A., & Susa, K. J. Can intuition improve deception detection performance ? pp. 1052-1055. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Legal and Criminological Psychology, vol. 14, n° 2, 2009 :

Pezdek, K., Lam, S. T., & Sperry, K. Forced confabulation more strongly influences event memory if suggestions are other-generated than self-generated, pp. 241-252. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Verschuere, B., Rosenfeld, J. P., Winograd, M. R., Labkovsky, E., & Wiersema, R. The role of deception in P300 memory detection, pp. 253-262.

Krähenbühl, S., Blades, M., & Eiser, C. The effect of repeated questioning on children’s accuracy and consistency in eyewitness testimony, 263-278.

Webb, A. K., Honts, C. R., Kircher, J. C., Bernhardt, P., & Cook, A. E. Effectiveness of pupil diameter in a probable-lie comparison question test for deception, pp. 279-292.

Howie, P., Kurukulasuriya, N., Nash, L., & Marsh, A. Inconsistencies in children’s recall of witnessed events : The role of age, question format and perceived reason for question repetition, pp. 311-329.

Davies, M., Rogers, P., & Whitelegg, L. Effects of victim gender, victim sexual orientation, victim response and respondent gender on judgements of blame in a hypothetical adolescent rape, pp. 331-338.

Physiology & Behavior, vol. 98, n° 1-2, 2009 :

Rosenfeld, J. P., Tang, M., Meixner, J., Winograd, M., & Labkovsky, E. The effects of asymmetric vs. symmetric probability of targets following probe and irrelevant stimuli in the complex trial protocol for detection of concealed information with P300, pp. 10-16.

Psychological Reports, vol. 104, n° 3, 2009 :

Sato, T., & Nihei, Y. Sex differences in beliefs about cues to deception, pp. 759-769.

Capek, S., & Guenther, R.K. Caffeine’s effect on true and false memory, pp. 787-795. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Psychology, Crime & Law, vol. 15, n° 6, 2009 :

Soukara, S., Bull, R., Vrij, A., Turner, M., & Cherryman, J. What really happens in police interviews of suspects ? Tactics and confession, pp. 493-506.

Evans, A. D., & Roberts, K. The effects of different paraphrasing styles on the quality of reports from young child witnesses, pp. 531-546. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Snow, P. C., Powell, M. B., & Murfett, R. Getting the story from child witnesses : exploring the application of a story grammar framework, pp. 555-568.