The Future of Forensic Psychology
Core Topics and Emerging Trends
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The Future of Forensic Psychology: Core Topics and Emerging Trends is an authoritative text that presents state-of-the-art research from rising stars in the field. Presented in an accessible way, it draws on cutting-edge research to analyse both core topics and current trends in forensic psychology.
Borne out of the internationally recognized House of Legal Psychology doctorate programme, the book features eighteen authors from different international contexts who evaluate current and emerging topics in the field. The book is divided into three sections; eyewitness memory and testimony, investigative interviewing and, deception detection and legal decision making. Each section contains in-depth research and includes classics topics such as factors affecting eyewitnesses and determining deceit in investigations. The book also covers newer exciting developments within the field, including credibility in asylum contexts, alibies and cross-cultural aspect of interviewing.
Offering an insightful summary of the field today, this book is an indispensable read for students and researchers of forensic psychology, legal psychology and criminology. It will also be of great interest to practitioners in the judicial system.
Table of Contents
by Sara Landström, Pär Anders Granhag and Peter van Koppen
Part one: Eyewitness memory and testimony
Chapter 1. Misreporting episodic memories: Causes and consequences for the criminal legal system
by Joanne Rechdan and Andrew Clark
Chapter 2. Intersections between metamemory and eyewitness testimony
by Renan Benigno
Chapter 3. The effects of acute stress on eyewitness memory
by Carey Marr
Part two: Investigative interviewing
Chapter 4. Cross-cultural investigative interviews
by Nkansah Anakwah
Chapter 5. Cognitive barriers to obtaining information during investigative interviews
by Nicole Adams-Quackenbush
Chapter 6. Lack of cooperation in witness interviews
by Alejandra De La Fuente Vilar
Chapter 7. Priming in investigative interviewing: A critical review
by David A. Neequaye
Chapter 8. Pragmatic inferences in investigative interviewing
by Meghana Srivatsav
Chapter 9. The discouraging past and promising future of research on innocent suspects’ alibis
by Shiri Portnoy
Chapter 10. Interviewing suspects with the Strategic Use of Evidence (SUE) technique
by Serra Tekin
Part three: Deception detection and legal decision making
Chapter 11. Lie detection in forensic interviews
by Haneen Deeb and Aleksandras Izotovas
Chapter 12. Trust, doubt, and symptom validity
by Irena Boskovic
Chapter 13. Risk assessment and the influence of bias
by Jennifer Kamorowski
Chapter 14. Tunnel vision and falsification in legal decision-making
by Enide Maegherman
Chapter 15. Fact-finding in asylum cases
by Tanja Van Veldhuizen
Sara Landström is a Professor in Psychology at University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Her research interest is legal and investigative psychology. She has published over 50 research papers in international peer-review journals, edited a Swedish handbook on legal psychology and frequently serves as an expert witness in criminal cases, and as an expert in governmental investigations.
Pär Anders Granhag is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. He has been working in the field of legal psychology for over 30 years and has published over 300 research papers and ten books. He has served as an expert witness in over 50 legal cases and has given seminars to different groups within the legal field for 25 years.
Peter van Koppen is a Psychologist and Emeritus Professor of Legal Psychology at the Faculty of Law of VU University Amsterdam and professor of Legal Psychology at Maastricht University, the Netherlands. He has served as expert witness in many cases, advised police teams frequently and published 35 books, 125 articles and 100 chapters in edited volumes on various subjects in legal psychology.
Fresh perspectives and up-to-date research on leading topics in experimental forensic psychology (eyewitnesses, investigative interviewing and deception detection) delivered by an international team of experts. A terrific resource for both researchers and students.
Steven Penrod, Distinguished Professor of psychology at John jay College of criminal justice, New York, NY, USA
The breadth and depth of research in legal psychology today is perfectly captured here by international scholars who bring fresh new perspectives to the field. Each contribution provides a synthesis of the psychological factors and expert knowledge that can assist legal decision makers from investigation to outcome in court. Amina Memon, Professor of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK