American Psychology - Law Society / 4th International Congress of Psychology and Law 2011-Mar-02 to 2011-Mar-07

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Deception detection from written accounts
 Masip, Jaume., Bethencourt, María., Lucas, Guadalupe., Sánchez-San Segundo, Miriam. and Herrero, Carmen.

Deception detection in non-native English speakers
 Dryer, Jesse., Evans, Jacqueline., Michael, Stephen. and Meissner, Christian.

Deception detection training for professionals: Improving mental health professionals' ability to detect high-stakes lies.
 Shaw, Julia., Porter, Stephen. and ten Brinke, Leanne.

Deception in everyday statements of activity: Reliance on intuitive vs. evidential phenomena
 Coffman, Kimberly. and Schwartz, Bennett.

Decision making and use of risk/needs assessment tools in juvenile probation
 Cook, Nathan., Fusco, Samantha., Guy, Laura. and Vincent, Gina.

Decision making styles, stress and gender among police investigators
 Allwood, Carl Martin. and Salo, Ilkka.

Deconstructing psychopathy: Understanding psychopathic traits within a broader model of personality
 Barese, Trevor., Falkenbach, Diana. and Colombino, Niki.

Defendant race and juror gender effects on verdict confidence in a murder case
 Peter-Hagene, Claudia., Salerno, Jessica. and Bottoms, Bette.

Defiance and recidivism among incarcerated youth
 Tolson, Danielle., Lanza-Kaduce, Lonn. and Lane, Jodi.


Defining legal psychology and its graduate programs: The state of the field
 Vallano, Jonathan. and Lawson, Kelly.

Deliberate self harm among youth on probation: Can the MAYSI-2 be of assistance?
 Gulbransen, Erik., Viljoen, Jodi. and Beneteau, Jennifer.

Delinquency and deportation: The capacities of noncitizen youth questioned by juvenile justice and immigration officials
 Woolard, Jennifer.

Demographic and clinical differences among jail diversion and prison reentry offenders with severe mental illness: Implications for practice and policy
 Cuddeback, Gary.

Demonstrating discrimination’s toll: The impact on juror decision making
 Lee, Lindsey., Belwalkar, Bharati. and Edkins, Vanessa.

Denial and recidivism in sex offenders: An examination across offense type
 Hamilton, Amy., Mercado, Cynthia., Loveland, Jennifer. and Jeglic, Elizabeth.

Depleting response inhibition resources: Can it improve lie detection?
 Debey, Evelyne. and Verschuere, Bruno.

Descriptions versus composites of famous people – a comparison study across feature and holistic based systems
 Lech, Agnieszka., Johnston, Robert. and Frowd, Charlie.

Detecting eyewitness identification accuracy: The impact of evidence type and biased administration on evaluators’ perceptions
 Beaudry, Jennifer., Mansour, Jamal., Lindsay, Roderick., Kalmet, Natalie., Whaley, Elisabeth. and Bertrand, Michelle.


Detecting lies through eye tracking
 Sarwar, Farhan.

Detecting malingered disabilities: The effectiveness of the PAI in a traumatized clinical sample
 Rogers, Richard., Gillard, Nathan. and Wooley, Chelsea.

Development and validation of the Opinions about Criminal Offenders Scale.
 Fisher, Stephanie.

Did I do that? Memory distrust promotes internalized false confessions
 van Bergen, Saskia., Merckelbach, Harald., Horselenberg, Robert. and Jelicic, Marko.

Did that man just rob that gas station? Explicit attributions for race and socioeconomic status.
 Knight, Melissa., Tuhn, Sam., Quinlivan, Deah., Tapscott, Ryan., Turosak, Anna. and Wells, Gary.

Differences by disciplinary affiliation in recommendations for hospitalization versus conditional release for insanity acquittees
 Stredny, Rebecca., Parker, Amber. and Dibble, Ashley.

Differential effects of plausible versus implausible false evidence on confession rates
 Smalarz, Laura., Greathouse, Sarah., Madon, Stephanie. and Guyll, Max.

Differentiating fraudsters: Thematic models of emotions and roles
 Santarcangelo, Mary. and Canter, David.

Differentiating internet only, hands on and dual child sexual offenders: The role of cognitive, personality, and interpersonal factors in predicting risk of child battery.
 Lamade, Raina., Gabriel, Adeena. and Prentky, Robert.


Differentiating narrative roles in criminal action
 Youngs, Donna. and Canter, David.

Discriminating seen from unseen faces using confidence ratings: Effects of retention interval and facial distinctiveness
 Sauer, James., Weber, Nathan. and Brewer, Neil.

Do criminal attitudes matter in non-criminal populations?
 Reeves, Kim., Hendry, Melissa. and Douglas, Kevin.

Do defense attorney referrals for competence to stand trial evaluations depend on whether the client speaks English or Spanish?
 Varela, Jorge., Boccaccini, Marcus., Gonzalez, Jr., Ernie., Laadan, Gharagozloo. and Johnson, Shara.

Do expected consequences of disclosure provide insight into delayed disclosure of child sexual abuse?
 Malloy, Lindsay., Brubacher, Sonja. and Lamb, Michael.

Do psychopathy subtypes aid in the prediction of institutional sexual misconduct in juvenile sexual offenders?
 Farr, Chastity., Vincent, John. and Burkhart, Barry.

Do rapid criminal proceedings in juvenile justice reduce reoffending?
 Bliesener, Thomas. and Thomas, Jana.

Doctoral training of American Board of Forensic Psychology diplomates
 Schnorf, Mary. and Helms, Jeffrey.

Does attending to responsivity considerations in treatment moderate youths' desistance from crime?
 McCormick, Sarah., Peterson-Badali, Michele. and Skilling, Tracey.


Does context matter? Emotion judgment among subclinical psychopaths
 Tsang, Siny. and Lyons, Phillip.

Does emotional intelligence influence the relation between life stress and mental health problems among probationers?
 Sauvagnat, Claire., Varela, Jorge., Lotts, Vivian. and McGorty, Amanda.

Does initial mental health court comprehension predict future mental health court success?
 Redlich, Allison. and Steadman, Henry.

Does perceived intoxication of a co-witness decrease the memory conformity effect?
 Villalba, Daniella. and Wright, Daniel.

Does testing help or harm perpetrator identification in the face of misinformation?
 LaPaglia, Jessica. and Chan, Jason.

Does the method of communicating Static-99R findings influence juror perceptions of risk?
 Clark, John., Rufino, Katrina., Boccaccini, Marcus. and Murrie, Daniel.

Does the offender-victim interaction matter? Examining local cue-response contingencies in stranger rapes.
 Winter, Jan., Rossi, Gina., Serruys, Olivia. and Ivaldi, Julie.

Domestic stalking violence in Spain: Could certain types of stalking behaviors be related with aggressions?
 Viñas-Racionero, Rosa., Soria-Verde, Miguel., Prat-Santaolaria, Remei. and Raghavan, Chitra.

Dynamic and static risk factors for alcohol and substance use among discharged psychiatric patients
 Burnette, Mandi., Chauhan, Preeti. and Farahvar, Natalie.
American Psychology - Law Society / 4th International Congress of Psychology and Law 2011-Mar-02 to 2011-Mar-07
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