(The JCAAWP Editorial Board is currently being reorganizedand and we are not accepting submissions at this time.)
The Journal of Credibility Assessment and Witness Psychology (JCAAWP) is a new scientific journal [the fist issue was published on 9 February 1997] that exists primarily on the World Wide Web. JCAAWP publishes original empirical, review, and theoretical work in all areas of the scientific study of credibility assessment and witness psychology. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Psychophysiological Credibility Assessment
- Statement Analysis
- Interviewing Techniques and Processes
- Eyewitness Memory
- Traumatic Memory
- Child Witness Issues
- Confession Phenomena and Interrogation
- Legal Issues Related to All of These Topics
Instructions for Authors can be found here
Index for Vol. 1, No. 1. (1997)
On Furedy's (1993) Call for Abolition of Research and Practice With the Control Question Test, J. Peter Rosenfeld, Northwestern University, 4-8.
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.
Lexical Decision and the Detection of Concealed Information, Lawrence Locker, Jr. and Marc E. Pratarelli, Oklahoma State University, 33-43.
Index for Vol. 1, No. 2. (1997)
The Suggestibility of the Child Witness: The Role of Individual Differences and Their Assessment, Johann Endres, Psychological Institute, University of Bonn, 44-67.
[No 1998 Vol. was published.]
Index for Vol. 2. No. 1. (1999)
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.
[No 2000 Vol. was published.]
[No 2001 Vol. was published.]
Index for Vol. 3. No. 1. (2002)
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.
Index for Vol. 4. No. 1. (2003)
When Did You Conclude She Was Lying? The Impact Of The-Moment The Decision About The Sender’s Veracity Is Made And-The Sender’s Facial Appearance On Police Officers’-Credibility Judgments, Jaume Masip, Eugenio Garrido, and Carmen Herrero, Department of Social Psychology and Anthropology, University of Salamanca, Spain. 1-36.
A Case Of Alleged Cutting-Up Murder In Sweden: Legal Consequences Of Public Outrage, Lennart Sjöberg, Stockholm School of Economics and the Foundation for Forensic Psychology Danderyd, Sweden. 37-62.
The Use Of Law Enforcement Polygraph Tests With Juveniles, Ron A. Craig and Carla Molder, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. 63-74.
Index for Vol. 5. No. 1. (2004)
Symptom Validity Testing Of Feigned Crime-Related Amnesia: A Simulation Study, Marko Jelicic, Harald Merckelbach, and Saskia van Bergen, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands. 1-8.
Children’s Suggestibility For Peripheral and Central Details, Ingrid Candel, Harald Merckelbach, Marko Jelicic, Monique Limpens & Kelly Widdershoven, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands. 9-18.
Index for Vol. 6. No. 1. (2005)
The Role of Interviewer Behavior in Eyewitness Suggestibility, Vanita Sondhi, Applied Psychology Department, Vivekananda College, India, and Ashum Gupta, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, India, pp. 1-19.
Index for Vol. 7. No. 1. (2006)
Looking Through the Eyes of an Accurate Lie Detector , Samantha Mann1, Aldert Vrij1, and Ray Bull2, 1University of Portsmouth, 2University of Leicester. pp. 1-16.
Index for Vol. 7. No. 2. (2006)
Special Issue: Proceedings of the Workshop on the Use of Autonomic and Somatic Measures for Security Evaluations Edited by Andrea K. Webb & John C. Kircher, University of Utah, pp. 17-168.
Index for Vol. 7. No. 3. (2006)
Use of a Classroom Honor Code in Higher Education, Yasmine L. Konheim-Kalkstein, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, pp. 169-179.
Rethinking Implicit Lie Detection, Pär Anders Granhag, Göteborg University, Sweden, pp. 180-190.
Index for Vol. 8. No. 1. (2007)
Evaluation of the Race Card Strategy: The Importance of Supporting Evidence , Christian L. Hart, Edward P. Lopez, (East Central University), and James D. Griffith (Shippensburg University), pp 1-9.
For additional information, please contact the Editor, Charles R. Honts, Ph. D.
or by telephone at (208) 426-3695