BiblioAlertes du 2 septembre 2008

2 septembre 2008 par Frank Arnould

Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol. 22, n° 6, 2008 :

Numéro spécial - Basic and applied issues in eyewitness research : A Münsterberg centennial retrospective

Bornstein, B.H., & Meissner, C.A. Basic and applied issues in eyewitness research : A Münsterberg centennial retrospective, pp. 733-736.

Sporer, S.L., Lessons from the origins of eyewitness testimony research in Europe, pp. 737-757.

Bornstein, B.H., & Penrod, S.D. Hugo who ? G. F. Arnold’s alternative early approach to psychology and law, pp. 759-768.

Turtle, J., Read, J.D., Lindsay, D.S., & Brimacombe, C.A.E. Toward a more informative psychological science of eyewitness evidence, pp. 769-778.

Lane, S.M., & Meissner, C.A. A "middle" approach to bridging the basic-applied divide in eyewitness identification research, pp. 779-787.

Malpass, R.S., Tredoux, C.G., Schreiber Compo, N., McQuiston-Surrett, D., MacLin, O.H., Zimmerman, L.A., & Topp, L.D. Study space analysis for policy development, pp. 789-801.

Clark, S.E. The importance (necessity) of computational modelling for eyewitness identification research, pp. 803-813. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Deffenbacher, K.A. Estimating the impact of estimator variables on eyewitness identification : A fruitful marriage of practical problem solving and psychological theorizing, pp. 815-826.

Brewer, N., & Weber, N. Eyewitness confidence and latency : Indices of memory processes not just markers of accuracy, pp. 827-840.

Memon, A. Mastroberardino, S., & Fraser, J. Münsterberg’s legacy : What does eyewitness research tell us about the reliability of eyewitness testimony ? pp. 841-851.

Wells, G.L. Theory, logic and data : Paths to a more coherent eyewitness science, pp. 853-859.

Child Abuse & Neglect, vol. 32, n° 7, 2008 :

Lyon, T.D., & Dorado, J.S. Truth induction in young maltreated children : The effects of oath-taking and reassurance on true and false disclosures, pp. 738-748.

Child Development, vol. 79, n° 4, 2008 :

Talwar, V.A., & Lee, K. Social and cognitive correlates of children’s lying behavior, pp. 866-881.

Lyon, T.D., Malloy, L.C., Quas, J.A., & Talwar, V.A. Coaching, truth induction, and young maltreated children’s false allegations and false denials, pp. 914-929.

Ergonomics, vol. 50, n° 12, 2007 :

Frowd, C. D. , McQuiston-Surrett, D. , Anancdaciva, S. , Ireland, C. G. , & Hancock, P. J. B. An evaluation of US systems for facial composite production, pp. 1987-1998. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Journal of Experimental Psychology : General, vol. 137, n° 3 , 2008 :

Sauer, J. D., Brewer, N., & Weber, N. Multiple confidence estimates as indices of eyewitness memory, pp. 528-547.

Psychological Science, vol. 19, n° 8, 2008 :

Geraerts, E., Berstein, D.M., Merckelbach, H., Linders, C., Raymaekers, L., & Loftus, E.F. Lasting false beliefs and their behavioral consequences, pp. 749-753.

Sartori, G., Agosta, S., Zogmaister, C., Ferrara, S.D., & Castiello, U. How to accurately detect autobiographical events, pp. 772-780.

Psychology, Crime, & Law, vol. 14, n° 7, 2008 :

Norton, R. & Grant, T. Rape myth in true and false rape allegations, pp. 275-295.

Verschuere, B. & Geert Crombez, G. Déjà vu ! The effect of previewing test items on the validity of the Concealed Information polygraph Test, pp. 287-297.

Psychophysiology, vol. 45, n° 5, 2008 :

Lui, M., & Rosenfeld, J.P. Detection of deception about multiple, concealed, mock crime items, based on a spatial-temporal analysis of ERP amplitude and scalp distribution, pp. 721-730.

The Psychologist, vol. 21, n° 7, 2008 :

Wade, K.A., & Laney, C. Time to rewrite your autobiography ? pp. 588-592. Disponible en ligne à l’adresse suivante : http://www.thepsychologist.org.uk/archive/archive_home.cfm?volumeID=21&editionID=162&ArticleID=1375

The Psychologist, vol. 21, n° 8, 2008 :

Frowd, C., Bruce, V., & Hancock, P.J.B. Changing the face of criminal identification, pp. 670-672.