BiblioAlertes du 2 août 2010

2 août 2010 par Frank Arnould

Applied Developmental Science, vol. 14, n° 3, 2010 :

Teoh, Y., & Lamb, M. E. Preparing children for investigative interviews : Rapport-building, instruction, and evaluation, pp. 154-163.

Criminal Justice and Behavior, vol. 37, n° 9, 2010 :

Pozzulo, J. D., Dempsey, J. L., & Crescini, C. Factors affecting juror decisions in historic child sexual abuse cases involving continuous memories, pp. 951 -964.

Law and Human Behavior, vol. 34, n° 4, 2010 :

Douglass, A., Neuschatz, J., Imrich, J., & Wilkinson, M. Does post-identification feedback affect evaluations of eyewitness testimony and identification procedures ? pp. 282-294.

Sauer, J., Brewer, N., Zweck, T., & Weber, N. The effect of retention interval on the confidence–accuracy relationship for eyewitness identification, pp. 337-347.

Legal and Criminological Psychology, vol. 15, n° 2, 2010 :

Gudjonsson, G. H. Psychological vulnerabilities during police interviews. Why are they important ?, pp. 161-175.

Memon, A., Fraser, J., Colwell, K., Odinot, G., & Mastroberardino, S. Distinguishing truthful from invented accounts using reality monitoring criteria, pp. 177-194.

Wright, D. B., Hanoteau, F., Parkinson, C., & Tatham, A. Perceptions about memory reliability and honesty for children of 3 to 18 years old, pp. 195-207. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Roach, J. Home is where the heart lies ? A study of false address giving to police, pp. 209-220. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Hansen, I., Smeets, T., & Jelicic, M. Further data on interrogative suggestibility and compliance scores following instructed malingering, pp. 221-228.

Otgaar, H., Candel, I., Smeets, T., & Merckelbach, H. You didn’t take Lucy’s skirt off : The effect of misleading information on omissions and commissions in children’s memory reports, pp. 229-241. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Powell, M. B. , Hughes-Scholes, C. H., Cavezza, C., Stoové, & , M. A. Examination of the stability and consistency of investigative interviewer performance across similar mock interview contexts, pp. 243-260.

Brewer, N. , Keast, A., & Sauer, J. D. Children’s eyewitness identification performance : Effects of a Not Sure response option and accuracy motivation, pp. 261-277.

Douglass, A. B. , Brewer, N. , & Semmler, C. Moderators of post-identification feedback effects on eyewitnesses’ memory reports, pp. 279-292.

Walsh, D., & Bull, R. What really is effective in interviews with suspects ? A study comparing interviewing skills against interviewing outcomes, pp. 305-321.

van Bergen, S., Brands, I., Jelicic, M. , & Merckelbach, H. Assessing trait memory distrust : Psychometric properties of the Squire Subjective Memory Questionnaire, pp. 373-384