Child Forensic Psychology: Victim and Eyewitness Memory

Paperback | January 22, 2013

EditorRobyn Holliday, Tammy Marche

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Using real-life criminal cases to illustrate theory and practices, this is important reading for those seeking to understand children as witnesses and as victims in forensic psychology. Ideal for students and practitioners of both developmental and forensic psychology, it offers fascinating insight into the mysteries of child forensic psychology.

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Using real-life criminal cases to illustrate theory and practices, this is important reading for those seeking to understand children as witnesses and as victims in forensic psychology. Ideal for students and practitioners of both developmental and forensic psychology, it offers fascinating insight into the mysteries of child forensic ...

ROBYN HOLLIDAY is Senior Lecturer in the Forensic Section, School of Psychology, Leicester, UK.TAMMY MARCHE is Associate Professor of Psychology at St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 9.19 × 6.21 × 0.63 inPublished:January 22, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230577083

ISBN - 13:9780230577084

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Importance of Child Witnesses – Why Study Them? Are They Reliable? What do We Know of Infant and Childhood Memory Development?
Theory and Processes in Memory Development: Infancy and Early Childhood; P.Bauer
Feats of Early Memory: Courtroom Tales of What Adults Claim to Remember About Early Childhood Events; M.Howe
Theory and Processes in Memory Development: Childhood to Adolescence: J.Corbin, E.Wilhelms, V.Reyna & C.Brainerd
Children as Eyewitnesses: Historical Background and Factors Affecting Children's Eyewitness Testimony; T.OdegardM.Toglia
Children's Memory for Emotionally Negative Experiences: An Eyewitness Memory Perspective: T.MarcheK.Salmon
Investigative Interviews of Children: D.PooleJ.Dickinson
The Law and Science of Children's Testimonial Competence; J.KlemfussS.Ceci
Child Eyewitness Person Descriptions and Lineup Identifications; J.Pozzulo
The Psychology of the Missing: Missing and Abducted Children; J.Lampinen, C.Peters, V.Gier & L.Sweeney
Conclusions and Next Steps for Researchers and Practitioners; G.Goodman, LawlerGardner