BiblioAlertes du 31 mai 2011

31 mai 2011 par Frank Arnould

Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol. 25, n° 3, 2011 :

Brubacher, S. P., Glisic, U., Roberts, K. P., & Powell, M. Children’s ability to recall unique aspects of one occurrence of a repeated event, pp. 351-358.

Leal, S., Vrij, A., Mann, S. A., & Fisher, R. P. Detecting concealed information about person recognition, pp. 372-376.

Peace, K. A., & Porter, S. Remembrance of lies past : A comparison of the features and consistency of truthful and fabricated trauma narratives, pp. 414-423.

Sporer, S. L., & Horry, R. Recognizing faces from ethnic in‐groups and out‐groups : Importance of outer face features and effects of retention interval, pp. 424-431.

Flowe, H., & Cottrell, G. W. An examination of simultaneous lineup identification decision processes using eye tracking, pp. 443-451.

Nunez, N., Kehn, A., & Wright, D. B. When children are witnesses : The effects of context, age and gender on adults’ perceptions of cognitive ability and honesty, pp. 460-468.

Barlow, C. M., Jolley, R. P., & Hallam, J. L. Drawings as memory aids : Optimising the drawing method to facilitate young children’s recall, pp. 480-487. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Wise, R. A., Safer, M. A., & Maro, C. M. What U.S. law enforcement officers know and believe about eyewitness factors, eyewitness interviews and identification procedures, pp. 488-500.

Evans, J. R., & Fisher, R. P. Eyewitness memory : Balancing the accuracy, precision and quantity of information through metacognitive monitoring and control, pp. 501-508.

Child abuse & Neglect, vol. 35, n° 3, 2011 :

Kim, T. K., Choi, S., & Shin, Y. J. Psychosocial factors influencing competency of children’s statements on sexual trauma, pp. 173-179. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Feltis, B. B., Powell, M. B., & Roberts, K. P. The effect of event repetition on the production of story grammar in children’s event narratives, pp. 180-187.

Child abuse & Neglect, vol. 35, n° 4, 2011 :

Chae, Y., Goodman, G. S., Bederian-Gardner, D., & Lindsay, A. Methodological issues and practical strategies in research on child maltreatment victims’ abilities and experiences as witnesses, pp. 240-248.

Everson, M. D., & Sandoval, J. M. Forensic child sexual abuse evaluations : Assessing subjectivity and bias in professional judgements, pp. 287-298.

Child abuse & Neglect, vol. 35, n° 5, 2011 :

Schaeffer, P., Leventhal, J. M., & Asnes, A. G. Children’s disclosures of sexual abuse : Learning from direct inquiry, pp. 343-352.

Child Development, vol. 82, n° 3, 2011 :

Howe, M. L., Toth, S. L., & Cicchetti, D. Can maltreated children inhibit true and false memories for emotional information ? pp. 967-981. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Development and Psychopathology, vol 23, n° 2, 2011 :

Goodman, G. S., Ogle, C. M., Block, S. D., Harris, L. S., Larson, R. P., Augusti, E.-M., Cho, Y. I., et al. False memory for trauma-related Deese-Roediger-McDermott lists in adolescents and adults with histories of child sexual abuse, pp. 423-438.

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, vol. 41, n° 6, 2011

Maras, K., & Bowler, D.M. Schema consistent misinformation effects in eyewitness with autism spectrum disorder., 815-820. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, vol. 109, n° 3, 2011 :

Peterson, C. Children’s memory reports over time : Getting both better and worse. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 109(3), pp. 275-293.

Law and Human Behavior, vol. 35, n° 3, 2011 :

McLachlan, K., Roesch, R., & Douglas, K. S. Examining the Role of Interrogative Suggestibility in Miranda Rights Comprehension in Adolescents, pp. 165-177.

Desmarais, S. L., & Don Read, J. After 30 years, what do we know about what jurors know ? A meta-analytic review of lay knowledge regarding eyewitness factors, pp. 200-210. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Psychology, Crime, and Law, vol. 17, n° 4, 2011 :

Sugimura, T. Difficulty among young children in remembering bystanders : young children’s omission errors in eyewitness memory for a real-life event, pp. 293-303.

Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, vol. 18, n° 3, 2011 :

Ecker, U. K. H., Lewandowsky, S., Swire, B., & Chang, D. Correcting false information in memory : Manipulating the strength of misinformation encoding and its retraction, pp. 570-578.

Psychophysiology, vol. 48, n° 6, 2011 :

Nahari, G., & Ben‐Shakhar, G. Psychophysiological and behavioral measures for detecting concealed information : The role of memory for crime details, pp. 733-744.