BiblioAlertes du 28 juillet 2011

28 juillet 2011 par Frank Arnould

Behavioral Sciences and the Law, vol. 29, n° 3, 2011 :

Lieberman, J. D., Krauss, D. A., & Wiener, R. L. Preface to « When does sample matter in juror decision‐making research ? Differences between college student and representative samples of jurors », pp. 25-327.

Caprathe, W. J. Commentary : Participant differences and validity of jury studies, pp. 328-330.

McCabe, J. G., & Krauss, D. A. The effect of acknowledging mock jurors’ feelings on affective and cognitive biases : It depends on the sample, pp. 331-357.

Fox, P., Wingrove, T., & Pfeifer, C. A comparison of students’ and jury panelists’ decision‐making in split recovery cases, pp. 358-375.

Keller, S. R., & Wiener, R. L. What are we studying ? Student jurors, community jurors, and construct validity), pp. 376-394.

Reichert, J., Miller, M. K., Bornstein, B. H., & Shelton, H. D. E. How reason for surgery and patient weight affect verdicts and perceptions in medical malpractice trials : A comparison of students and jurors, pp. 395-418.

Schwartz, S. L., & Hunt, J. S. Considering her circumstances : How ethnicity and cultural relativist arguments affect sexual harassment judgments by undergraduate and community mock jurors, pp. 419-438.

Nuñez, N., McCrea, S. M., & Culhane, S. E. Jury decision making research : Are researchers focusing on the mouse and not the elephant in the room ? pp. 439-451.

Hosch, H. M., Culhane, S. E., Tubb, V. A., & Granillo, E. A. Town vs. gown : A direct comparison of community residents and student mock jurors, pp. 452-466.

Wiener, R. L., Krauss, D. A., & Lieberman, J. D. Mock jury research : Where do we go from here ? pp. 467-479.

Schwartz, S. L., & Hunt, J. S. Considering her circumstances : How ethnicity and cultural relativist arguments affect sexual harassment judgments by undergraduate and community mock jurors., pp. 419-438.

Nuñez, N., McCrea, S. M., & Culhane, S. E. Jury decision making research : Are researchers focusing on the mouse and not the elephant in the room ?

Behavioral Sciences and the Law, vol. 29, n° 4, 2011 :

Shuman, D. W., Stokes, L., & Martinez, G. Stranger at the gate : The effect of the plaintiff’s use of an interpreter on juror decision‐making, pp. 499-512.

McCabe, D. P., Castel, A. D., & Rhodes, M. G. The influence of fMRI lie detection evidence on juror decision-making, pp. 566-577. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Schweitzer, N. J., & Saks, M. J. Neuroimage evidence and the insanity defense, pp. 592-607.

Maeder, E. M., & Hunt, J. S. Talking about a black man : The influence of defendant and character witness race on jurors’ use of character evidence, pp. 608-620.

British Journal of Forensic Practice, vol. 13, n° 2, 2011 :

Pyser, S., & Milne, B. Miscarriages of justice : a call for continued research focussing on reforming the investigative process, pp. 61-72.

Hill, J.A., & Moston, S. Police perceptions of investigative interviewing : training needs and operational practices in Australia , pp. 72-83.

Sellers, S., & Kebbell, M.R. The role of evidence in the interviewing of suspects : an analysis of Australian police transcripts, pp. 84-94.

McLeod, M.J. Risks and benefits of selective (re)presentation of interviewees’ talk : some insights from discourse analysis , pp. 95-102.

Westera, N.J., Kebbell, M.R., & Milne, B. Interviewing witnesses : do investigative and evidential requirements concur ? pp. 103-113.

Roberts, K.A. Police interviews with terrorist suspects : risks, ethical interviewing and procedural justice, pp. 121-134.

Oxburgh, G.E., & Dando, C.J. Psychology and interviewing : what direction now in our quest for reliable information ? pp. 134-144.

Canadian Journal of Behaviorial Science/Revue Canadienne des Sciences du Comportement, vol. 43, n° 3, 2011 :

Price, H. L., & Roberts, K. P. The effects of an intensive training and feedback program on police and social workers’ investigative interviews of children, pp. 235-244. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Developmental Psychology, vol. 47, n° 4, 2011 :

Tenney, E. R., Small, J. E., Kondrad, R. L., Jaswal, V. K., & Spellman, B. A. Accuracy, confidence, and calibration : How young children and adults assess credibility, pp. 1065-1077.

Evans, A. D., & Lee, K. Verbal deception from late childhood to middle adolescence and its relation to executive functioning skills, pp. 1108-1116.

International Journal of Psychophysiology, vol. 81, n° 1, 2011 :

Sokolovsky, A., Rothenberg, J., Labkovsky, E., Meixner, J., & Rosenfeld, J. P. A novel countermeasure against the reaction time index of countermeasure use in the P300-based complex trial protocol for detection of concealed information, pp. 60-63.

International Journal of Psychophysiology, vol. 81, n° 2, 2011 :

Matsuda, I., & Ogawa, T. Improved method for calculating the respiratory line length in the Concealed Information Test. , pp. 65-71.

Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, vol. 18, n° 4, 2011 :

Wright, D. B., & Carlucci, M. E. The response order effect : People believe the first person who remembers an event, pp. 805-812.

The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context, vol. 3, n° 2, 2011 :

Manzareno, A. L., López, B., & Contreras, M. J. Retrieval experience as an accurate indicator of person identification in line-ups, pp. 129-140.

Ansarra, R., Colwell, K., Hiscock-Anisman, C., Hines, A., Fleck, R., Cole, L. D., & Belarde, D. Augmenting ACID with affective details to assess credibility, pp. 141–158.

Visual Cognition, vol. 19, n° 5, 2011 :

Hole, G., & George, P. Evidence for holistic processing of facial age, pp. 585-615.