Most Recent Additions*
90. The difficulty of teaching adults to recognize referential ambiguity in children's testimony: The influence of explicit instruction and sample questions.
Breanne E. Wylie, Jennifer Gongola, Thomas D. Lyon, and Angela D. Evans
89. Causal indicators for assessing the truthfulness of child speech in forensic interviews.
Zane Durante, Victor Ardulov, Manoj Kumar, Jennifer Gongola, Thomas D. Lyon, and Shrikanth Narayanan
Children in Custody: A Study of Detained Migrant Children in the United States
Emily Ryo and Reed Humphrey
Represented But Unequal: The Contingent Effect of Legal Representation in Removal Proceedings
Emily Ryo and Ian Peacock
88. Use of global trait cues helps to explain older adults’ decrements in detecting children’s lies.
Alison M. O'Connor, Thomas D. Lyon, Micaela Weins, and Angela D. Evans
87. Children's under-informative responding is associated with concealment of a transgression.
Jennifer Gongola, Shanna Williams, and Thomas D. Lyon
86. Police interviewing behaviors and commercially sexually exploited adolescents' reluctance.
Agnieszka M. Nogalska, Hayden M. Henderson, Scarlet J. Cho, and Thomas D. Lyon
85 . Identifying novel forms of reluctance in commercially sexually exploited adolescents.
Hayden M. Henderson, Scarlet J. Cho, Agnieszka M. Nogalska, and Thomas D. Lyon
84. Don't know responding in young maltreated children: The effects of wh- questions type and enhanced interview instructions.
Kelly McWilliams, Shanna Williams, Stacia N. Stolzenberg, Angela D. Evans, and Thomas D. Lyon
83. Imprecision about body mechanics when child witnesses are questioned about sexual abuse.
Colleen Sullivan, Suzanne St. George, Stacia N. Stolzenberg, Shanna Williams, and Thomas D. Lyon
81. Detecting children’s true and false denials of wrongdoing: Effects of question type and base rate knowledge.
Kirsten Domagalski, Jennifer Gongola, Thomas D. Lyon, Steven E. Clark, and Jodi A. Quas
80. Understanding expert testimony on child sexual abuse denial after New Jersey v. J.L.G.: Ground truth, disclosure suspicion bias, and disclosure substantiation bias.
Thomas D. Lyon, Shanna Williams, and Stacia N. Stolzenberg
79. Children's signaling of incomprehension: The diagnosticity of practice questions during interview instructions
Hayden M. Henderson and Thomas D. Lyon
78. Adults' difficulties in identifying concealment among children interviewed with the putative confession instruction.
Jennifer Gongola, Jodi A. Quas, Steven E. Clark, and Thomas D. Lyon
7. Lundon, G.M., Sargent, J.E., Henderson, H.M., Gongola, J., & Lyon, T.D. (2020).
Georgia M. Lundon, Jordan E. Sargent, Hayden M. Henderson, Jennifer Gongola, and Thomas D. Lyon
77. Order of Encoding Predicts Young Children’s Responses to Sequencing Questions.
J. Zoe Klemfuss, Kelly McWilliams, Hayden M. Henderson, Alma P. Olaguez, and Thomas D. Lyon
76. Young children's ability to describe intermediate clothing placement.
Breanne E. Wylie, Stacia N. Stolzenberg, Kelly McWilliams, Angela D. Evans, and Thomas D. Lyon
*Updated as of 07/28/21.