BiblioAlertes du 1er décembre 2008

1er décembre 2008 par Frank Arnould

Applied cognitive Psychology, vol. 22, n° 8, 2008 :

Mann, S.A., Vrij, A., Fisher, R.P., & Robinson, M. See no lies, hear no lies : Differences in discrimination accuracy and response bias when watching or listening to police suspect interviews, pp. 1062-1071.

Alison, L., Kebbell, M., & Leung, J. A facet analysis of police officers’ self-reported use of suspect-interviewing strategies and their discomfort with ambiguity, pp. 1072-1087.

Kjellberg, A., Ljung, R., & Hallman, D. Recall of words heard in noise, pp. 1088-1098.

International Journal of Psychology and Law, vol ; 31, n° 6, 2008 :

Pozzulo, J.D., Crescini, C., & Lemieux, J.M.T. Are accurate witness more likely to make absolute judgments ? pp. 495-501. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Psychology, Crime & Law, vol. 14, n° 6, 2008 :

Skakerberg, E.M., & Wright, D.B. The prevalence of co-witness and co-witness discussions in real eyewitness, pp. 513-521. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Allwood, C.M., Innes-Ker, A.H., Homgren, J., & Fredin, G. Children’s and adults’ realism in their event-recall confidence in responses to free and focused questions, pp. 529-547. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Sauerland, M., & Sporer, S.L. The application of multiple lineups in a field study, pp. 549-564.

Henkel, L.A. Jurors’ reactions to recanted confessions : Do the defendant’s personal and dispositional characteristics play a role ? pp. 565-578.