BiblioAlertes du 23 janvier 2009

23 janvier 2009 par Frank Arnould

Annual Review of Law and Social Science, vol. 4, 2008 :

Kassin, S.M. The psychology of confessions, pp. 193-207.

Children and Youth Services Review, vol. 30, n° 12, 2008 :

Smith, M.C. Pre-professional mandated reporters’ understanding of young children’s eyewitness testimony : Implications for training, pp. 1355-1365.

Consciousness and Cognition, vol. 17, n° 4, 2008 :

Plancher, G., Nicolas, S., & Piolino, P. Influence of suggestion in the DRM paradigm : What state of consciousness is associated with false memory ? pp. 1114-1122.

Developmental Psychology, vol. 44, n° 6, 2008 :

Einav, S., & Hood, B.M. Tell-tale eyes : Children’s attribution of gaze aversion as a lying cue, pp. 1655-1667.

Memory, vol. 17, n° 1, 2009 :

Howe, M.L., Wimmer, M.C., & Blease, K. The role of associative strength in children’s false memory illusions, pp. 8-16.

Thorley, C., & Dewhurst, S.A. False and veridical collaborative recognition, pp. 17-25.

Garcia-Bajos, E., Migueles, M., & Anderson, M.C. Script knowledge modulates retrieval-induced forgetting for eyewitness events, pp. 92-103.

Personality and Individual Differences, vol. 45, n° 8, 2008 :

Gudjonsson, G.H., Sigurdsson, J.F., Sigfusdottir, I.D., & Asgeirsdottir, B.B. False confessions and individual differences : The importance of victimization among youth, pp. 801-805.

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 35, n° 2, 2009 :

Koo, M., & Oishi, S. False memory and the associative network of happiness, pp. 212-220.

Psychological Science, vol. 12, n° 1, 2009 :

Chan, J.C.K., Thomas, A.K., & Bulevich, J.B. Recalling a witnessed event increases eyewitness suggestibility : The reversed testing effect, pp. 66-73. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Geraerts, E., Lindsay, D.S., Merckelbach, H., Jelicic, M., Raymaekers, L., Arnold, M.M., & Schooler, J.W. Cognitive mechanisms underlying recovered-memory experiences of childhood sexual abuse, pp. 92-98. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Hasel, L.E., & Kassin, S.M. On the presumption of evidentiary independence : Can confessions corrupt eyewitness identifications ? pp. 122-126. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Psychology, Crime and Law, vol. 15, n° 1, 2009 :

Evans, J.R., Marcon, J.L., & Meissner, C.A. Cross-racial lineup identification : assessing the potential benefits of context reinstatement, pp. 19-28. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Candel, I., Hayne, H., Strange, D., & Prevoo, E. The effect of suggestion on children’s recognition memory for seen and unseen details, pp. 29-39. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémmoins.

Bollingmo, G., Wessel, E., Sandvold, Y., Eilertsen, D.E., & Magnussen, S. The effect of biased and non-biased information on judgments of witness credibility, pp. 61-71. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Kask, K., & Bull, R. The effects of different presentation methods on multi-ethnicity face recognition, pp. 73-89.

Psychoneuroendocrinology, vol. 33, n° 10, 2008 :

Smeets, T., Otgaar, H., Candel, I., & Wolf, O.T. True or false ? Memory is differentially affected by stress-induced cortisol elevations and sympathetic activity at consolidation and retrieval, pp. 1378-1386.

Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, vol. 16, n° 1, 2009 :

Clark, S.E., & Godfrey, R.D. Eyewitness identification evidence and innocence risk, pp. 22-42.

Sebanz, N., & Shiffrar, M. Detecting deception in a bluffing body : The role of expertise, pp. 170-175.