BiblioAlertes du 31 août 2009

31 août 2009 par Frank Arnould

Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol. 23, n° 7, 2009 :

Blandón-Gitlin, I., Pezdek, K., Lindsay, D. S., & Hagen, L. Criteria-based content analysis of true and suggested accounts of events. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 23(7), 901-917. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Gier, V. S., & Kreiner, D. S. Memory of children’s faces by adults : Appearance does matter, 972-986. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Liu, C. H., Chai, X., Shan, S., Honma, M., & Osada, Y. Synthesized views can improve face recognition, pp. 987-998.

Mansour, J. K., Lindsay, R. C. L., Brewer, N., & Munhall, K. G. Characterizing visual behaviour in a lineup task, p. 1012-1026. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Thoresen, C., Lønnum, K., Melinder, A., & Magnussen, S. Forensic interviews with children in CSA cases : A large-sample study of Norwegian police interviews., pp. 999-1011. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Zajac, R., Jury, E., & O’Neill, S. The role of psychosocial factors in young children’s responses to cross-examination style questioning, pp. 918-935.

Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeedback, vol. 34, n° 3, 2009 :

Furedy, J. The Concealed Information Test as an instrument of applied differential psychophysiology : Methodological considerations, pp.149-160.

Honts, C., & Schweinle, W. Information gain of psychophysiological detection of deception in forensic and screening settings, pp. 161-172.

Hira, S., & Furumitsu, I. Tonic arousal during field polygraph tests in guilty vs. innocent suspects in Japan, pp. 173-176.

Seymour, T., & Fraynt, B. Time and encoding effects in the Concealed Knowledge Test, pp. 177-187.

Ganis, G., & Patnaik, P. Detecting concealed knowledge using a novel attentional blink paradigm, pp. 189-196.

Elaad, E., & Ben-Shakhar, G. Countering countermeasures in the Concealed Information Test using covert respiration measures, pp. 197-208.

Meixner, J., Haynes, A., Winograd, M., Brown, J., & Peter Rosenfeld, J. Assigned versus random, countermeasure-like responses in the P300 based complex trial protocol for detection of deception : Task demand effects, pp. 209-220.

Meijer, E., Smulders, F., & Wolf, A. The contribution of mere recognition to the P300 effect in a Concealed Information Test, pp. 221-226.

Kubo, K., & Nittono, H. The role of intention to conceal in the P300-based Concealed Information Test, pp. 227-235.

Cerebral Cortex, vol. 17, n° 7, 2009 :

Christ, S. E., Van Essen, D. C., Watson, J. M., Brubaker, L. E., & McDermott, K. B. The contributions of prefrontal cortex and executive control to deception : evidence from activation likelihood estimate meta-analyses, pp. 1557-1566.

Criminal Justice and Behavior, Vol. 36, n° 9, 2009 :

Pozzulo, J. D., & Dempsey, J. L. Witness factors and their influence on jurors’ perceptions and verdicts, pp. 923-934.

European Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 39, n° 5, 2009 :

Fiedler, K., Kaczor, K., Haarmann, S., Stegmüller, M., & Maloney, J. Impression-formation advantage in memory for faces : When eyewitnesses are interested in targets’ likeability, rather than their identity, pp. 793-807. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

International Journal of Psychophysiologie, vol. 73, n° 3, 2009 :

Lefebvre, C., March, Y., Smith, S., & Connolly, J. Use of event-related brain potentials (ERPs) to assess eyewitness accuracy and deception, pp.218-225.

Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, and Cognition, vol. 35, n° 5, 2009 :

Goldinger, S. D., He, Y., & Papesh, M. H. Deficits in cross-race face learning : Insights from eye movements and pupillometry, pp. 1105-1122.

Bartlett, J. C., Shastri, K. K., Abdi, H., & Neville-Smith, M. Component structure of individual differences in true and false recognition of faces, pp. 1207-1230.

L’Evolution Psychiatrique, vol. 74, n° 1, 2009 :

Baudouin, J., Chambon, V., & Tiberghien, G. Expert en visages ? Pourquoi sommes-nous tous... des experts en reconnaissance des visages, pp. 3-25.

Neuropsychology, vol. 23, n° 5, 2009 :

Bate, S., Haslam, C., & Hodgson, T.L. Angry faces are special too : Evidence from the visual scanpath, pp. 658-667.

Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, vol. 15, n° 3, 2009 :

Smith, S.M., Stinson, V., & Patry, M.W. Using the “Mr. Big” technique to elicit confessions : Successful innovation or dangerous development in the Canadian legal system ? pp. 168-193.

Evans, J.R., Schreiber Compo, N., & Russano, M.B. Intoxicated witnesses and suspects : Procedures and prevalence according to law enforcement, pp. 194-221.