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

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Unconscious thought and the weighting of inadmissible evidence in juror decision making
 Calvillo, Dustin.

Understanding potential defendant responses to victim impact statements
 Tallon, Jennifer., Daftary-Kapur, Tarika., Andersson, Catrin., Monier, Amanda., Rhead, Lindsey., Loughlin, Michelle., Yip, Jimmy., Groscup, Jennifer. and Penrod, Steven.

Unrecorded custodial interrogations, confessions, and cautionary instructions
 Gomes, Dayna. and Stenstrom, Douglas.

Use of the M-FAST to evaluate feigned symptoms in a sample of incompetent defendants
 Belfi, Brian., Green, Debbie., Klaver, Jessica. and Rohlehr, Lia.

Using ACID for credibility assessment through an interpreter with an English speaking interviewer and Arabic speaking suspect
 Hiscock-Anisman, Cheryl., Colwell, Kevin., Hazelett, Gary. and Morgan, III, Charles.


Using ACID to detect deception in transcripts and audio recordings
 Montalvo, Larissa., Colwell, Kevin., Hiscock-Anisman, Cheryl., Hartwig, Maria., Kradas, Megan. and Bonilla, Yvette.

Using Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) Axis-I diagnoses generations and rule outs to detect malingering
 Gu, Wen., Shiva, Andrew., Toomey, Jay. and Mathews, Lindsay.

Using the Classification of Violence Risk (COVR) in Taiwan: Reliability and validity
 Tam, Wai-Cheong.

Using the MMPI-2-RF to predict psychopathic personality traits in incarcerated women
 Phillips, Tasha., Sellbom, Martin. and Ben-Porath, Yossef.

Using the Psychopathic Personality Inventory to identify subtypes of antisocial personality disorder
 Cox, Jennifer., Edens, John., Magyar, Melissa., Lilienfeld, Scott. and Poythress, Norman.

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