American Psychology - Law Society 2010-Mar-17 to 2010-Mar-21

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Hard for Me But Easy for You: Alibi Generation Difficulty Influences the Generation Effect
 Olson, Elizabeth.

Have We Learnt Anything since Lipmann (1935): Reliability and Validity of Eyewitness Descriptions
 Sporer, Siegfried., Krix, Alana., Koch, Christian., Riegler, Verena., Eher, Alice. and Carbon, Claus-Christian.

Heightened Emotional Reactivity and Proactive Aggression in Youth with Narcissistic Traits
 Munoz, Luna., Kimonis, Eva., Strickleton, Charlene., Frick, Paul. and Aucoin, Katherine.

Hot or Not? The Influence of Attorney Attractiveness and Gender on Juror Decision Making
 Reed, Krystia. and Groscup, Jennifer.

How Do Children and Youth Become Terrorists and Suicide Bombers? A Vew from the Study of Child Soldiers
 Wessells, Michael.

How Mad and Violent Are Girls?: Anger and Aggression in Female Juvenile Offenders
 Goldstein, Naomi., Serico, Jennifer., Wrazien, Lindsey., Feehan, Jaime. and Rharbite, Sadia.

How cliniciansÂ’ views of juvenile sex offender registration laws may bias their clinical judgments
 Penner, Erika., Spice, Andrew., MacDougall, Emily. and Viljoen, Jodi.

How often do intoxicated eyewitnesses provide testimony in serious crimes?
 Humphries, Joyce., Flowe, Heather. and Takarangi, Melanie.

How reliable are forensic evaluations? Evaluator agreement in evaluations of competence to stand trial.
 Gowensmith, Neil., Murrie, Daniel. and Boccaccini, Ph.D., Marcus.
American Psychology - Law Society 2010-Mar-17 to 2010-Mar-21
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