BiblioAlertes du 20 septembre 2011

20 septembre 2011 par Frank Arnould

Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol. 25, n° 5, 2011 :

Kulkofsky, S., Principe, G. F., Debaran, F. B., & Stouch, A. Just the facts or just for fun ? Children’s understanding of and sensitivity to retelling contexts, 7pp. 27-738.

MacLean, C. L., Brimacombe, C. A. E., Allison, M., Dahl, L. C., & Kadlec, H. Post‐identification feedback effects : Investigators and evaluators, pp. 739-752.

Steblay, N. K., & Phillips, J. D. The not‐sure response option in sequential lineup practice, pp. 768-774.

Short, J. L., & Bodner, G. E. Differentiating accounts of actual, suggested and fabricated childhood events using the judgment of memory characteristics questionnaire, pp. 775-781. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Sarwar, F., Allwood, C. M., & Innes‐ker, Å. Effects of communication with non‐witnesses on eyewitnesses’ recall correctness and meta‐cognitive realism, pp. 782-791.

Consciousness and Cognition, vol. 20, n° 3, 2011 :

Bedwell, J. S., Gallagher, S., Whitten, S. N., & Fiore, S. M. Linguistic correlates of self in deceptive oral autobiographical narratives, pp. 547-555.

Jerwen, J. Conscious and unconscious discriminations between true and false memories, pp. 828-839.

Rubin, D. C., Dennis, M. F., & Beckham, J. C. Autobiographical memory for stressful events : The role of autobiographical memory in posttraumatic stress disorder, pp. 840-856.

David C., R. The coherence of memories for trauma : Evidence from posttraumatic stress disorder, pp. 857-865. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Verschuere, B., Spruyt, A., Meijer, E. H., & Otgaar, H. The ease of lying, pp. 908-911.

Emotion, vol. 11, n° 4, 2011 :

Storbeck, J., & Clore, G. L. Affect influences false memories at encoding : Evidence from recognition data, pp. 981-989. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

European Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 41, n° 5, 2011 :

Hellmann, J. H., Echterhoff, G., Kopietz, R., Niemeier, S., & Memon, A. Talking about visually perceived events : Communication effects on eyewitness memory, pp. 658-671.

Global Journal of Human Social Science, vol. 11, n° 3, 2011 :

Frowd, C. D., Hancock, P. J. B., Bruce, V., Skelton, F. C., Atherton, C., Nelson, L., McIntyre, A. H., et al. Catching more offenders with EvoFIT facial composites : Lab research and police field trials, pp. 35-46.

Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 47, n° 1, 2011 :

Sörqvist, P., Langeborg, L., & Eriksson, M. Women assimilate across gender, men don’t : The role of gender to the own‐anchor effect in age, height, and weight estimates, pp. 1733-1748.

Journal of Forensic Sciences, vol. 56, n° 5, 2011 :

Morgan III, C. A., Colwell, K., & Hazlett, G. A. Efficacy of forensic statement analysis in distinguishing truthful from deceptive eyewitness accounts of highly stressful events, pp. 1227-1234.

Law and Human Behavior, vol. 35, n° 6, 2011 :

Narchet, F. M., Meissner, C. A., & Russano, M. B. Modeling the influence of investigator bias on the elicitation of true and false confessions, pp. 452-465.

Charman, S. D., Wells, G. L., & Joy, S. W. The Dud effect : Adding highly dissimilar fillers increases confidence in lineup identifications, pp. 479-500.

Clemens, F., Granhag, P. A., & Strömwall, L. A. Eliciting cues to false intent : A new application of strategic interviewing, pp. 512-522.

Memory, vol. 19, n° 6, 2011 :

Nash, R. A., & Takarangi, 0. Reconstructing alcohol-induced memory blackouts, pp. 566-573. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

McGuire, K., London, K., & Wright, D. B. Peer influence on event reports among adolescents and young adults, pp. 674-683. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Psychology, Crime and Law, vol. 17, n° 8, 2011 :

Walker, C. M., & Woody, W. D. Juror decision making for juveniles tried as adults : the effects of defendant age, crime type, and crime outcome, pp. 659-675.

Drake, K., & Bull, R. Individual differences in interrogative suggestibility : life adversity and field dependence, pp. 677-687.

Anstiss, B., Polaschek, D. L. L., & Wilson, M. A brief motivational interviewing intervention with prisoners : when you lead a horse to water, can it drink for itself ? pp. 689-710.

Memon, A., Havard, C., Clifford, B., Gabbert, F., & Watt, M. A field evaluation of the VIPER system : a new technique for eliciting eyewitness identification evidence, pp. 711-729.

Frowd, C. D., & Fields, S. Verbalization effects in facial composite production, pp. 731-744. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.