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    1. Cannell, J; Hudson, JI; Pope, HG
      Standards for informed consent in recovered memory therapy

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PSYCHIATRY AND THE LAW
    2. Davis, D; Loftus, E; Follette, WC
      Commentary: How, when, and whether to use informed consent for recovered memory therapy

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PSYCHIATRY AND THE LAW
    3. Karpel, ME; Hoyer, WJ; Toglia, MP
      Accuracy and qualities of real and suggested memories: Nonspecific age differences

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES B-PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
    4. Poole, DA; Lindsay, DS
      Children's eyewitness reports after exposure to misinformation from parents

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    5. Roediger, HL; Meade, ML; Bergman, ET
      Social contagion of memory

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    6. Sigurdsson, JF; Gudjonsson, GH
      False confessions: The relative importance of psychological, criminological and substance abuse variables

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    7. Sigurdsson, JF; Gudjonsson, GH; Peersen, M
      Differences in the cognitive ability and personality of desisters and re-offenders: A prospective study among young offenders

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    8. Rassin, E
      Thought suppression, memory, and interrogative suggestibility

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    9. Bala, N; Lee, J; McNamara, E
      Children as witnesses: Understanding their capacities, needs, and experiences

      JOURNAL OF SOCIAL DISTRESS AND THE HOMELESS
    10. Kirsch, I; Braffman, W
      Imaginative suggestibility and hypnotizability

      CURRENT DIRECTIONS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    11. Waterman, A; Blades, M; Spencer, C
      Is a jumper angrier than a tree?

      PSYCHOLOGIST
    12. Waterman, AH; Blades, M; Spencer, C
      Interviewing children and adults: The effect of question format on the tendency to speculate

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    13. Sutherland, R; Hayne, H
      The effect of postevent information on adults' eyewitness reports

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    14. Connolly, DA; Lindsay, DS
      The influence of suggestions on children's reports of a unique experience versus an instance of a repeated experience

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Chandler, CC; Gargano, GJ; Holt, BC
      Witnessing postevents does not change memory traces, but can affect their retrieval

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Oberlander, LB; Goldstein, NE
      A review and update on the practice of evaluating Miranda comprehension

      BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES & THE LAW
    17. Isotani, T; Lehmann, D; Pascual-Marqui, RD; Kochi, K; Wackermann, J; Saito, N; Yagyu, T; Kinoshita, T; Sasada, K
      EEG source localization and global dimensional complexity in high- and low-hypnotizable subjects: A pilot study

      NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY
    18. Roebers, CM; Schneider, W
      Memory for an observed event in the presence of prior misinformation: Developmental patterns of free recall and identification accuracy

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    19. Newcombe, PA; Dour, TM
      Conversational influences on young children's responses to misleading questions

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    20. Merckelbach, H; Horselenberg, R; Muris, P
      The Creative Experiences Questionnaire (CEQ): a brief self-report measure of fantasy proneness

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    21. Scullin, MH; Ceci, SJ
      A suggestibility scale for children

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    22. Ericson, KI; Perlman, NB
      Knowledge of legal terminology and court proceedings in adults with developmental disabilities

      LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    23. Goodman, GS; Bottoms, BL; Rudy, L; Davis, SL; Schwartz-Kenney, BM
      Effects of past abuse experiences on children's eyewitness memory

      LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    24. Orbach, Y; Lamb, ME
      The relationship between within-interview contradictions and eliciting interviewer utterances

      CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
    25. Hershkowitz, I
      A case study of child sexual false allegation

      CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
    26. Hoffman, HG; Granhag, PA; See, STK; Loftus, EF
      Social influences on reality-monitoring decisions

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    27. DiClementi, JD; Schmaling, KB; Jones, JF
      Information processing in chronic fatigue syndrome - A preliminary investigation of suggestibility

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH
    28. Paddock, JR; Terranova, S
      Guided visualization and suggestibility: Effect of perceived authority on recall of autobiographical memories

      JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY
    29. Lee, K; Bussey, K
      Children's susceptibility to retroactive interference: The effects of age and degree of learning

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    30. Ruffman, T; Rustin, C; Garnham, W; Parkin, AJ
      Source monitoring and false memories in children: Relation to certainty and executive functioning

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    31. Sutherland, R; Hayne, H
      Age-related changes in the misinformation effect

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    32. Koriat, A; Goldsmith, M; Schneider, W; Nakash-Dura, M
      The credibility of children's testimony: Can children control the accuracyof their memory reports?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    33. Roebers, CM; Moga, N; Schneider, W
      The role of accuracy motivation on children's and adults' event recall

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    34. Schreiber, N; Wentura, D; Bilsky, W
      "What else could he have done?" - Creating false answers in child witnesses by inviting speculation

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    35. Peterson, C; Grant, M
      Forced-choice: Are forensic interviewers asking the right questions?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE-REVUE CANADIENNE DES SCIENCES DU COMPORTEMENT
    36. Dutton, A; Carroll, M
      Eyewitness testimony: Effects of source of arousal on memory, source-monitoring, and metamemory judgments

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    37. Schreiber, N
      Interviewing techniques in sexual abuse cases - a comparison of a day-careabuse case with normal abuse cases

      SWISS JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    38. Dodson, CS; Koutstaal, W; Schacter, DL
      Escape from illusion: reducing false memories

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    39. Harrison, Y; Horne, JA
      The impact of sleep deprivation on decision making: A review

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    40. Blagrove, M; Akehurst, L
      Effects of sleep loss on confidence-accuracy relationships for reasoning and eyewitness memory

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    41. Bruck, M; Ceci, SJ; Francoeur, E
      Children's use of anatomically detailed dolls to report genital touching in a medical examination: Developmental and gender comparisons

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    42. Vrij, A; Bush, N
      Differences in suggestibility between 5-6 and 10-11 year olds: The relationship with self confidence

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    43. Candel, I; Merckelbach, H; Muris, P
      Measuring interrogative suggestibility in children: Reliability and validity of the Bonn Test of Statement Suggestibility

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    44. Horselenberg, R; Merckelbach, H; Muris, P; Rassin, E; Sijsenaar, M; Spaan, V
      Imagining fictitious childhood events: The role of individual differences in imagination inflation

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHOTHERAPY
    45. Blagrove, M; Akehurst, L
      Personality and dream recall frequency: Further negative findings

      DREAMING
    46. Sjoberg, RL
      The catechism effect: Child testimonies during a 17th-century witch panic as related to educational achievement

      MEMORY
    47. Roebers, CM; Schneider, W
      The impact of misleading questions on eyewitness memory in children and adults

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    48. Whitcombe, EL; Robinson, EJ
      Children's decisions about what to believe and their ability to report thesource of their belief

      COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
    49. Gudjonsson, GH; Hannesdottir, K; Petursson, H; Tyrfingsson, T
      The effects of alcohol withdrawal on memory, confabulation, and suggestibility

      NORDIC JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    50. Welder, AN
      Sexual abuse victimization and the child witness in Canada: Legal, ethical, and professional issues for psychologists

      CANADIAN PSYCHOLOGY-PSYCHOLOGIE CANADIENNE
    51. Henkel, LA; Franklin, N; Johnson, MK
      Cross-modal source monitoring confusions between perceived and imagined events

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    52. Waterman, AH; Blades, M; Spencer, C
      Do children try to answer nonsensical questions?

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    53. Lindberg, MA; Keiffer, J; Thomas, SW
      Eyewitness testimony for physical abuse as a function of personal experience, development, and focus of study

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    54. Merckelbach, H; Muris, P; Rassin, E; Horselenberg, R
      Dissociative experiences and interrogative suggestibility in college students

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    55. Schneider, W
      Research on memory development: Historical trends and current themes

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT
    56. Lamb, ME; Orbach, Y; Sternberg, KJ; Hershkowitz, I; Horowitz, D
      Accuracy of investigators' verbatim notes of their forensic interviews with alleged child abuse victims

      LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    57. Orbach, Y; Lamb, ME
      Enhancing children's narratives in investigative interviews

      CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
    58. Bayen, UJ; Nakamura, GV; Dupuis, SE; Yang, CL
      The use of schematic knowledge about sources in source monitoring

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    59. Lyon, TD
      Child witnesses and the oath: Empirical evidence

      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW
    60. Uehara, I
      Transition from novelty to familiarity preference depending on recognitionperformance by 4-yr.-olds

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    61. Uehara, I
      Differences in episodic memory between four- and five-year-olds: False information versus real experiences

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    62. Gudjonsson, GH; Murphy, GH; Clare, ICH
      Assessing the capacity of people with intellectual disabilities to be witnesses in court

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    63. Peiffer, LC; Trull, TJ
      Predictors of suggestibility and false-memory production in young adult women

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT
    64. Paddock, JR; Terranova, S; Kwok, R; Halpern, DV
      When knowing becomes remembering: Individual differences in susceptibilityto suggestion

      JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY
    65. Bigelow, BJ
      On the assessment of children in suspected child sexual abuse in light of Daubert and Frye: Limitations of profiles and interviews as scientifically grounded evidence

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    66. Bruck, M; Melnyk, L; Ceci, SJ
      Draw it again Sam: The effect of drawing on children's suggestibility and source monitoring ability

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    67. Niedzwienska, A
      Goal-directed fantasy does not explain the training effect of the CarletonSkills Training Package

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPNOSIS
    68. Templeton, LM; Wilcox, SA
      A tale of two representations: The misinformation effect and children's developing theory of mind

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    69. Schwebel, DC; Plumert, JM; Pick, HL
      Integrating basic and applied developmental research: A new model for the twenty-first century

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    70. Heaps, C; Nash, M
      Individual differences in imagination inflation

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    71. Milne, R; Clare, ICH; Bull, R
      Using the cognitive interview with adults with mild learning disabilities

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    72. Fisher, RP; Mello, EW; McCauley, MR
      Are jurors' perceptions of eyewitness credibility affected by the cognitive interview?

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    73. Memon, A; Higham, PA
      A review of the Cognitive Interview

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    74. Toglia, MP; Neuschatz, JS; Goodwin, KA
      Recall accuracy and illusory memories: When more is less

      MEMORY
    75. Santtila, P; Alkiora, P; Ekholm, M; Niemi, P
      False confession to robbery: the roles of suggestibility, anxiety, memory disturbance and withdrawal symptoms

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY
    76. Gudjonsson, G
      The making of a serial false confessor: the confessions of Henry Lee Lucas

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY
    77. Henry, LA; Gudjonsson, GH
      Eyewitness memory and suggestibility in children with mental retardation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL ON MENTAL RETARDATION
    78. Roberts, KP; Lamb, ME; Sternberg, KJ
      Effects of the timing of postevent information on preschoolers' memories of an event

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    79. Pickel, KL
      Distinguishing eyewitness descriptions of perceived objects from descriptions of imagined objects

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    80. Rassin, E; Merckelbach, H
      The potential conflict between clinical and judicial decision making heuristics

      BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES & THE LAW
    81. de Rios, MD; Stachalek, R
      The Duboisia genus, Australian aborigines and suggestibility

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS
    82. Hicks, JL; Marsh, RL
      Attempts to reduce the incidence of false recall with source monitoring

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    83. Roberts, KP; Blades, M
      Children's memory and source monitoring of real-life and televised events

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    84. Nesbitt, M; Markham, R
      Improving young children's accuracy of recall for an eyewitness event

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    85. Porter, S; Yuille, JC; Lehman, DR
      The nature of real, implanted, and fabricated memories for emotional childhood events: Implications for the recovered memory debate

      LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    86. Orbach, Y; Lamb, ME
      Assessing the accuracy of a child's account of sexual abuse: A case study

      CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
    87. Roebers, CM; Lockl, K
      The influence of metacognitions and prior misinformations on children's eyewitness identifications

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ENTWICKLUNGSPSYCHOLOGIE UND PADAGOGISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE
    88. Everington, C; Fulero, SM
      Competence to confess: Measuring understanding and suggestibility of defendants with mental retardation

      MENTAL RETARDATION
    89. Belli, RF; Traugott, MW; Young, M; McGonagle, KA
      Reducing vote overreporting in surveys - Social desirability, memory failure, and source monitoring

      PUBLIC OPINION QUARTERLY
    90. Winkelspecht, SM; Mowrer, RR
      Memory distortion: Can accurate memory be preserved?

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RECORD
    91. Davison, SE; Gossop, M
      The management of opiate addicts in police custody

      MEDICINE SCIENCE AND THE LAW
    92. Marche, TA
      Memory strength affects reporting of misinformation

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    93. Quas, JA; Goodman, GS; Bidrose, S; Pipe, ME; Craw, S; Ablin, DS
      Emotion and memory: Children's long-term remembering, forgetting, and suggestibility

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    94. Priestley, G; Roberts, S; Pipe, ME
      Returning to the scene: Reminders and context reinstatement enhance children's recall

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    95. Pezdek, K; Hodge, D
      Planting false childhood memories in children: The role of event plausibility

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    96. Greenhoot, AF; Ornstein, PA; Gordon, BN; Baker-Ward, L
      Acting out the details of a pediatric check-up: The impact of interview condition and behavioral style on children's memory reports

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    97. Bates, JL; Ricciardelli, LA; Clarke, VA
      The effects of participation and presentation media on the eyewitness memory of children

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    98. MUIRBROADDUS J; KING T; DOWNEY D; PETERSEN M
      CONSERVATION AS A PREDICTOR OF INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN CHILDRENS SUSCEPTIBILITY TO LEADING QUESTIONS

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    99. AYERS MS; REDER LM
      A THEORETICAL REVIEW OF THE MISINFORMATION EFFECT - PREDICTIONS FROM AN ACTIVATION-BASED MEMORY MODEL

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    100. PEARSE J; GUDJONSSON GH; CLARE ICH; RUTTER S
      POLICE INTERVIEWING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL VULNERABILITIES - PREDICTING THE LIKELIHOOD OF A CONFESSION

      Journal of community & applied social psychology


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