Psychology, Law, and Criminal Justice: International Developments in Research and Practice

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Walter de Gruyter, 1996 - Law - 606 pages
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Sixty-three proceedings papers from researchers in Europe, North America, and Australasia, assess the psychological implications of legal systems and prisons. The presentations review factors involving eyewitness testimony credibility and misinformation, techniques in suspect and victim interviewing
 

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Contents

The Oath
13
The Authenticity Error in Real Lineup Procedures Effects of SuspectStatus
29
Previous Knowledge and Delay in the Recall of Filmed Events
46
Experimentally Induced Person Mixups Through Media Exposure and Ways
64
Is There Truth in the Eye of the Beholder? Causal Illusions in Children and Adults
81
Good Practice for Video Recorded Interviews with Child Witnesses for
100
An Empirical Test of the Mnemonic Components of the Cognitive Interview
135
The Development of Childrens Understanding of Legal Principles
157
The Influence of the Size and Decision Rule in Jury DecisionMaking
344
The Effects of a Police Service on Victims Emotional
363
The Criminal Justice Response to Sexual Assault in Canada
384
Social Beliefs about Recidivism in Crime
394
Deviance or Resilience? A Longitudinal Study of Adolescents
409
Psychosocial Influences on the Development of Antisocial Personality
424
A Critical Look at the Conceptual Models Explaining Drug Use and Crime
445
Research and Practical Management
459

Expert Evidence in Child Sexual Abuse Criminal Cases in Canada
170
Sex Lies and Video Tape
216
The Analysis of Family Dynamics in Child Custody Cases
231
The Factors Neutralizing Development Disorders in Children from
240
A Theory of Judicial Reasoning and its Consequences
267
Procedures
286
A Perilous Exercise
305
Juror DecisionMaking and the Trial Process
327
Searching
478
A Preliminary
495
A Pilot Study for a MetaEvaluation
510
Offender Categories in the Hungarian Prison System
532
Psychological Services to the Finnish Prison Administration
557
The Psychiatric and Psychological Services Within the Norwegian Prison
573
Actuation and Limits of Intervention
591
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