BiblioAlertes du 8 septembre 2011

8 septembre 2011 par Frank Arnould

Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol. 25, n° 4, 2011 :

Ask, K., Granhag, P. A., & Rebelius, A. Investigators under influence : How social norms activate goal‐directed processing of criminal evidence, pp. 548-553. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Valentine, T., & Maras, K. The effect of cross‐examination on the accuracy of adult eyewitness testimony, pp. 554-561. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Carlucci, M. E., Kieckhaefer, J. M., Schwartz, S. L., Villalba, D. K., & Wright, D. B. The south beach study : Bystanders’ memories are more malleable, pp. 562-566. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Masip, J., Herrero, C., Garrido, E., & Barba, A. Is the Behaviour Analysis Interview just common sense ? pp. 593-604.

Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, vol. 110, n° 3, 2011 :

Popliger, M., Talwar, V., & Crossman, A. Predictors of children’s prosocial lie-telling : Motivation, socialization variables, and moral understanding, pp. 373-392.

Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, vol. 11, n° 4, 2011 :

Fusco, S., & Platania, J. Understanding perceptions of hypnotically recovered memories in a civil sexual abuse case, pp. 330-350.

Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, vol. 8, n° 2, 2011 :

Oxburgh, G. E., Walsh, D., & Milne, B. The importance of applied research in investigative interviewing : A real‐life perspective, pp. 105-109.

Vanderhallen, M., Vervaeke, G., & Holmberg, U. Witness and suspect perceptions of working alliance and interviewing style, pp. 110-130.

Walsh, D., & Bull, R. Benefit fraud investigative interviewing : A self‐report study of investigation professionals’ beliefs concerning practice, pp. 131-148.

Clarke, C., Milne, R., & Bull, R. Interviewing suspects of crime : The impact of PEACE training, supervision and the presence of a legal advisor, pp. 149-162.

Read, J. M., & Powell, M. B. Investigative interviewing of child sex offender suspects : Strategies to assist the application of a narrative framework, pp. 163-177.

Oxburgh, G., & Ost, J. The use and efficacy of empathy in police interviews with suspects of sexual offences, pp. 178-188.

Dando, C. J., & Bull, R. Maximising opportunities to detect verbald Deception : Training police officers to interview tactically, pp. 189-202.

Gregory, A. H., Compo, N. S., Vertefeuille, L., & Zambruski, G. A comparison of US police interviewers’ notes with their subsequent reports, pp. 203-215.

Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, vol. 35, n° 1, 2011 :

Krumhuber, E. G., & Manstead, A. S. R. When memory is better for out-group faces : On negative emotions and gender roles, pp. 51-61.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 101, n° 3, 2011 :

Reinhard, M.-A., Sporer, S. L., Scharmach, M., & Marksteiner, T. Listening, not watching : Situational familiarity and the ability to detect deception, pp. 467-484. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, vol. 26, n° 2, 2011 :

Öhman, L., Eriksson, A., & Granhag, P. A. Overhearing the planning of a crime : Do adults outperform children as earwitnesses ? pp. 118-127. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Wagstaff, G. F., Wheatcroft, J. M., Burt, C. L., Pilkington, H. J., Wilkinson, K., & Hoyle, J. D. Enhancing witness memory with focused meditation and eye-closure : Assessing the effects of misinformation, pp. 152-161.

Memory, vol. 19, n° 5, 2011 :

Freund, A. M., Kourilova, S., & Kuhl, P. Stronger evidence for own-age effects in memory for older as compared to younger adults, pp. 429-448.

Psychology, Crime and Law, vol. 17, n° 7, 2011 :

Flowe, H., & Bessemer, A. The effects of target discriminability and criterion placement on accuracy rates in sequential and simultaneous target-present lineups, pp. 587-610.

Vrij, A., Granhag, P. A., Mann, S., & Leal, S. Lying about flying : the first experiment to detect false intent, pp. 611-620. Lire le compte rendu sur PsychoTémoins.

Hartwig, M., Granhag, P. A., Stromwall, L., Wolf, A. G., Vrij, A., & Hjelmsäter, E. R. af. Detecting deception in suspects : verbal cues as a function of interview strategy, pp. 643-656.