Welcome to the Journal of Credibility Assessment and Witness Psychology, Charles R. Honts, Boise State University, 1-4. Download a version with page numbers.
On Furedy's (1993) Call for Abolition of Research and Practice With the Control Question Test, J. Peter Rosenfeld, Northwestern University, 4-8. Download a version with page numbers.
Truth or Just Bias: The Treatment of Psychophysiological Detection of Deception in Introductory Psychology Textbooks, Mary K. Devitt, Oklahoma State University, Charles R. Honts, Boise State University, and Lynelle Vondergeest, University of North Dakota, 9-32. Download a version with page numbers.
Lexical Decision and the Detection of Concealed Information, Lawrence Locker, Jr. and Marc E. Pratarelli, Oklahoma State University, 33-43. Download a version with page numbers.
The Suggestibility of the Child Witness: The Role of Individual Differences and Their Assessment, Johann Endres, Psychological Institute, University of Bonn, 44-67. Download a version with page numbers.
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The Effect of Attorneys' Nonverbal Communication on Perceived Credibility Patricia Rockwell, University of Louisiana at Lafayette and Amy Ebesu Hubbard, University of Hawaii at Manoa. 1-13.
The Psychology of False Confessions Richard Conte, The Fielding Institute, 14-36.
P300 Scalp Distribution as an Index of Deception: Control for Task Demand, J. Peter Rosenfeld, Archana Rao, Matthew Soskins, & Antoinette Reinhart Miller. Northwestern University, Department of Psychology. 1-22
The Role of Preexisting Stress on False Confessions: An Empirical Study, Krista D. Forrest, Theresa A. Wadkins, and Richard L. Miller, University of Nebraska at Kearney, Department of Psychology. 23-45.
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