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In this issue:
An American Psychology-Law Society Scientific Review Paper on Police Interrogation and Confession
Author(s)William C. Thompson
Online sinceJanuary 21, 2010
Page1 - 2

Original Article
Police-Induced Confessions: Risk Factors and Recommendations
Author(s)Saul M. Kassin, Steven A. Drizin, Thomas Grisso, Gisli H. Gudjonsson, Richard A. Leo & Allison D. Redlich
Online sinceJuly 15, 2009
Page3 - 38

Original Article
High-Risk Interrogation: Using the "Mr. Big Technique" to Elicit Confessions
Author(s)Steven M. Smith, Veronica Stinson & Marc W. Patry
Online sinceJanuary 23, 2010
Page39 - 40

Original Article
Videotaped Interrogations and Confessions: What's Obvious in Hindsight May Not Be in Foresight
Author(s)G. Daniel Lassiter
Online sinceJanuary 20, 2010
Page41 - 42

Original Article
The Need for a Positive Psychological Approach and Collaborative Effort for Improving Practice in the Interrogation Room
Author(s)Christian A. Meissner, Maria Hartwig & Melissa B. Russano
Online sinceJanuary 15, 2010
Page43 - 45

Original Article
Biases in Judging Victims and Suspects Whose Statements Are Inconsistent
Author(s)Lindsay C. Malloy & Michael E. Lamb
Online sinceJanuary 27, 2010
Page46 - 48

Original Article
Police-Induced Confessions, Risk Factors, and Recommendations: Looking Ahead
Author(s)Saul M. Kassin, Steven A. Drizin, Thomas Grisso, Gisli H. Gudjonsson, Richard A. Leo & Allison D. Redlich
Online sinceJanuary 29, 2010
Page49 - 52

Original Article
Snitching, Lies and Computer Crashes: An Experimental Investigation of Secondary Confessions
Author(s)Jessica K. Swanner, Denise R. Beike & Alexander T. Cole
Online sinceMarch 10, 2009
Page53 - 65

Original Article
The Role of Suggestibility in Determinations of Miranda Abilities: A Study of the Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scales
Author(s)Richard Rogers, Kimberly S. Harrison, Jill E. Rogstad, Kathryn A. LaFortune & Lisa L. Hazelwood
Online sinceMay 22, 2009
Page66 - 78

Original Article
Self-Reported False Confessions and False Guilty Pleas among Offenders with Mental Illness
Author(s)Allison D. Redlich, Alicia Summers & Steven Hoover
Online sinceJuly 31, 2009
Page79 - 90
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