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Conviction of the innocent
Criminal justice, Administration of--Psychological aspects.
Criminal investigation--Psychological aspects.
LCC: HV7419 .C692 2012 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 364.3 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2011021401
Table Of Contents
I. The suspects
1. At-risk populations under investigation and at trial / Robert J. Norris and Allison D. Redlich
II. The investigators
2. Detecting deception / Amy-May Leach
3. False confessions / Lisa E. Hasel and Saul M. Kassin
4. Procedural justice evaluations in interrogations / Diane Sivasubramaniam and Larry Heuer
III. The eyewitnesses
5. Fallible eyewitness memory and identification / Kathy Pezdek
6. Suggestive eyewitness identification procedures / David M. Zimmerman, Jacqueline L. Austin, and Margaret Bull Kovera
7. Eyewitness confidence malleability / Amy Bradfield Douglass and Afton Pavletic
8. Why do motions to suppress suggestive eyewitness identifications fail? / Gary L. Wells, Sarah M. Greathouse, and Laura Smalarz
9. Jurors believe eyewitnesses / Carolyn Semmler, Neil Brewer, and Amy Bradfield Douglass
IV. The trial witnesses
10. Unreliable informant testimony / Jeffrey S. Neuschatz ... [et al.]
11. Alibi witnesses / Tara M. Burke and St├ęphanie B. Marion
12. Pscyhological perspectives on problems with forensic science evidence / Itiel E. Dror and Rebecca Bucht
V. Pervasive issues
13. Race and racism / Ellen S. Cohn, Donald Bucolo, and Samuel R. Sommers
14. Tunnel vision / Keith A. Findley
VI. The exonerated
15. Life after wrongful conviction / Kimberley A. Clow, Amy-May Leach, and Rosemary Ricciardelli
VII. Conclusion
Conclusion / Brian L. Cutler.
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Cutler, Brian L. Conviction of the innocent