Tele-Forensic Interviews Work with Child Witnesses
Face-to-face and tele-forensic (on screen) interviews elicit similar amounts of accurate and
Color coding, numbering, and “Wh”- questions in child interviews: What gets the best results?
Researchers and interviewers should be attentive to the tradeoffs in encouraging children
Factors to address to effectively decrease the rate of restoration readmissions
Immigrant status, absence of suspected feigning according to psychological testing and evaluator
A Typology of Defendants Found Incompetent
Forensic evaluators and judges should recognize the decreased probability of restoration among
Applying a procedural justice framework to predict openness to change and likelihood of future use of evidence-based interview techniques to law enforcement.
Procedural fairness within law enforcement organizations is important to consider when implementing
SAVRY Predictive Validity in Asian Youth
Youth probation officers are able to adequately predict violent and nonviolent reoffending
Importance of targeting criminal risk factors in psychotherapeutic interventions
To be most successful, when treating criminal justice–involved persons with mental illness,
Don’t Shoot: Examining firearms laws and the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
Laws that limit potential shooters’ access to firearms by requiring permits may
At what cost? Insanity defense evaluations for misdemeanor charges
Evaluations of legal sanity addressing only misdemeanor charges are not rare and
Parental incarceration increases risk for juvenile delinquency – particularly for Latinx youth
Sensation seeking, exposure to violence, and parent-child relationship quality were linked to
What psychotherapeutic interventions should target when treating people with mental illness and criminal justice involvement
To be most successful, when treating criminal justice-involved people with mental illness,
A National Survey of Child Forensic Interviewers: Implications for Research, Practice, and Law
Child forensic interviewers often want, find helpful, and have access to pre-interview
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