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Conviction of the innocent : lessons from psychological research /

edited by Brian L. Cutler.

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Names: Cutler, Brian L.
Published: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, ©2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
Topics: Criminal justice, Administration of - Psychological aspects. | Criminal investigation - Psychological aspects. | Unschuldiger | Strafrechtspflege | Strafverfahren | Psychologie | Unschuldiger. | Strafrechtspflege. | Strafuntersuchung. | Psychologie. | Justice pénale - Administration - Aspect psychologique. | Enquêtes criminelles - Aspect psychologique. | Oskyldigt dömda. | Kriminalpsykologi. | Vittnespsykologi. | Straffprocess - psykologiska aspekter. | Brottsutredning - psykologiska aspekter.
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245 00|aConviction of the innocent :|blessons from psychological research /|cedited by Brian L. Cutler.
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300 |axiii, 370 pages ;|c27 cm
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gI.|tThe suspects --|g1.|tAt-risk populations under investigation and at trial /|rRobert J. Norris and Allison D. Redlich --|gII.|tThe investigators --|g2.|tDetecting deception /|rAmy-May Leach --|g3.|tFalse confessions /|rLisa E. Hasel and Saul M. Kassin --|g4.|tProcedural justice evaluations in interrogations /|rDiane Sivasubramaniam and Larry Heuer --|gIII.|tThe eyewitnesses --|g5.|tFallible eyewitness memory and identification /|rKathy Pezdek --|g6.|tSuggestive eyewitness identification procedures /|rDavid M. Zimmerman, Jacqueline L. Austin, and Margaret Bull Kovera --|g7.|tEyewitness confidence malleability /|rAmy Bradfield Douglass and Afton Pavletic --|g8.|tWhy do motions to suppress suggestive eyewitness identifications fail? /|rGary L. Wells, Sarah M. Greathouse, and Laura Smalarz --|g9.|tJurors believe eyewitnesses /|rCarolyn Semmler, Neil Brewer, and Amy Bradfield Douglass --|gIV.|tThe trial witnesses --|g10.|tUnreliable informant testimony /|rJeffrey S. Neuschatz [and others] --|g11.|tAlibi witnesses /|rTara M. Burke and Stéphanie B. Marion --|g12.|tPsychological perspectives on problems with forensic science evidence /|rItiel E. Dror and Rebecca Bucht --|gV.|tPervasive issues --|g13.|tRace and racism /|rEllen S. Cohn, Donald Bucolo, and Samuel R. Sommers --|g14.|tTunnel vision /|rKeith A. Findley --|gVI.|tThe exonerated --|g15.|tLife after wrongful conviction /|rKimberley A. Clow, Amy-May Leach, and Rosemary Ricciardelli --|gVII.|tConclusion /|rBrian L. Cutler.
520 |aFrom the cover. In the last several decades, over 250 citizens convicted of major felonies were found innocent and were exonerated. Today, thanks to the work of psychologists and other criminal justice researchers, the psychological foundations that underlie conviction of the innocent are becoming clear. There is real hope that these findings can lead to positive reforms, reduce the risk of miscarriages of justice, and avoid the consequences of wrongful convictions to victims and society. In this book, editor Brain Cutler presents a provocative overview of current psychological research on conviction of the innocent. Chapter authors investigate how the roles played by suspects, investigators, eyewitnesses, and trial witnesses -- as well as pervasive systemic problems -- increase the risk of conviction of the innocent. By bringing psychological theories and research to bear on this social problem, the authors derive compelling recommendations for future research and practical reform in police and legal procedures.
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