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Effective Transitions in a Forensic Interview to the Topic of Concern

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Effective Transitions in a Forensic Interview to the Topic of Concern

Brown, D. A., & Lamb, M. E. (2018). Forks in the road, routes chosen, and journeys that beckon: A selective review of scholarship on children’s testimony. Applied Cognitive Psychology. Online ahead of print. DOI: 10.1002/acp.3511

Earhart, B., Danby, M. C., Brubacher, S. P., Powell, M. B., & Sharman, S. (2018). A comparison of responses to substantive transition prompts in interviews with children. Child Maltreatment, 23(3), 221-225.

Newlin, C. Steele, L. C., Chamberlin, A., Anderson, J., Kenniston, J., Russell, A., Stewart, H., & Vaughan-Eden, V. (2015). Child Forensic Interviewing: Best Practices. Juvenile Justice Bulletin, NCJ 248749. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Programs.

Orbach, Y., Pipe, M. E., Lamb, M. E., La Rooy, D., Malloy, L. C., & Katz, C. (2011). Investigating substantive issues. M.E., Lamb, D., La Rooy, L. C., Malloy, & C. Katz, (Eds.), Children’s testimony: A handbook of psychological research and forensic practice (2nd ed., pp. 147-164). West Sussex, England: Wiley.

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