BiblioAlertes du 7 octobre 2008

7 octobre 2008 par Frank Arnould

Behavioral Sciences & the Law, vol. 38, n° 5, 2008 :

Henkel, L.A. , Coffman, K.A.J., & Dailey, E.M. A survey of people’s attitudes and beliefs about false confessions, pp. 555-584.

Criminal Justice and Behavior, vol. 35, n° 10, 2008 :

Turtle, J., & Want, S.C. Logic and research versus intuition and past practice as guides to gathering and evaluating eyewitness evidence, pp. 1241-1256.

Wagstaff, G.F. Hypnosis and the law : Examining the stereotypes, pp. 1277-1294.

Iacono, W.G. Effective policing : Understanding how polygraph tests work and ere used, pp. 1295-1308.

Kassin, S.M. Confession evidence : Commonsense myths and misconceptions, pp. 1309-1322.

Vrij, A. Nonverbal dominance versus verbal accuracy in lie detection : A plea to change police practice, pp. 1323-1336. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 38, n° 9, 2008 :

Pozzulo, J.D., Dempsey, J., Corey, S., Girardi, A., Lawandi, A., & Aston, C. Can a lineup procedure designed for child witnesses work for adults ? Comparing simultaneous, sequential, and elimination lineup procedures, pp. 2195-2209.