Cooper, Barry S.

Applied Issues in Investigative Interviewing, Eyewitness Memory, and Credibility Assessment

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Table of contents

1. The Challenge for Forensic Memory Research: Methodolotry
John C. Yuille

2. Credibility Assessment, Common Law Trials and Fuzzy Logic
Gerald T. G. Seniuk

3. The Investigation and Investigative Interviewing of Benefit Fraud Suspects in the UK: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Dave Walsh, Ray Bull

4. The Sins of Interviewing: Errors Made by Investigative Interviewers and Suggestions for Redress
John Yarbrough, Hugues F. Hervé, Robert Harms

5. Biopsychosocial Perspectives on Memory Variability in Eyewitnesses
Hugues F. Hervé, Barry S. Cooper, John C. Yuille

6. Children’s Memory in “Scientific Case Studies” of Child Sexual Abuse: A Review
Pedro M. Paz-Alonso, Christin M. Ogle, Gail S. Goodman

7. Does Testimonial Inconsistency Indicate Memory Inaccuracy and Deception? Beliefs, Empirical Research, and Theory
Ronald P. Fisher, Aldert Vrij, Drew A. Leins

8. Repeated Interviews About Repeated Trauma from the Distant Past: A Study of Report Consistency
Deborah A. Connolly, Heather L. Price

9. Discovering Deceit: Applying Laboratory and Field Research in the Search for Truthful and Deceptive Behavior
Leanne ten Brinke, Stephen Porter

10. Is Le Mot Juste? The Contexualization of Words by Expert Lie Detectors
Maureen O’Sullivan

11. Assessment Criteria Indicative of Deception: An Example of the New Paradigm of Differential Recall Enhancement
Kevin Colwell, Cheryl Hiscock-Anisman, Jacquelyn Fede

12. The ABC’s of CBCA: Verbal Credibility Assessment in Practice
Dorothee Griesel, Marguerite Ternes, Domenica Schraml, Barry S. Cooper, John C. Yuille

13. An “Eye” for an “I”: The Challenges and Opportunities for Spotting Credibility in a Digital World
Jeff Hancock, Michael Woodworth

Keywords: Psychology, Law and Psychology, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Criminal Law

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