Most Recent Additions*
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. USC Child Interviewing Lab Tele-Forensic Interview Protocol.
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
74. Setting the ground rules: Use and practice of ground rules in child forensic interviews. Child Maltreatment.
Melanie B. Fessinger, Faizun N. Bakth, Kelly McWilliams, and Thomas D. Lyon
73. Forensic interviewers’ difficulty with invitations: Faux invitations and negative recasting.
Hayden M. Henderson, Natalie Russo, and Thomas D. Lyon
Emily Ryo and Ian Peacock
72. Identifying liars through automatic decoding of children’s facial expressions.
Kaila C. Bruer, Sarah Zanette, Xiaopan Ding, Thomas D. Lyon, and Kang Lee
Principles of Risk Imposition and the Priority of Avoiding Harm
Gregory C. Keating
Property Right and Tortious Wrong in Vincent v. Lake Erie
Gregory C. Keating
71. The effects of the putative confession and evidence presentation on maltreated and non-maltreated 9- to 12-year-olds’ coached concealment of a minor transgression.
Angela D. Evans and Thomas D. Lyon
70. Children’s concealment of a minor transgression: The role of age, maltreatment, and executive functioning.
Shanna Williams, Kelly McWilliams, and Thomas D. Lyon
Detention as Deterrence.pdf
69. The role of kinship and siblings in young children’s placement preferences.
Kelli Dickerson, Thomas D. Lyon, and Jodi A. Quas
68. Increasing maltreated and nonmaltreated children’s recall disclosures of a minor transgression: The effects of back-channel utterances, a promise to tell the truth and a post-recall putative confession.
Kelly McWilliams, Stacia N. Stolzenberg, Shanna Williams, and Thomas D. Lyon
*Updated as of 01/16/21.