The productivity of wh-prompts in child forensic interviews (Ahern, Andrews, Stolzenberg, & Lyon, 2015).
How children talk about events: Implications for eliciting and analyzing eyewitness reports (Brubacher, Peterson, La Rooy, & Dickinson, 2019).
Forensic interviewers’ difficulty with invitations: Faux invitations and negative recasting (Henderson, Russo, & Lyon, 2020).
The effect of multipart prompts on children’s testimonies in sexual abuse investigations (Katz & Hershkowitz, 2012).
The effect of forced-choice questions on children’s suggestibility: A comparison of multiple-choice and yes/no questions (Rocha, Marcher, & Briere, 2013).
When interviewing children: A review and update (Saywitz, Lyon, & Goodman, 2018).
- Takeaway Tuesday “Beyond Tell Me More”
- Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO)
- Question Types in Forensic Interviews – Bibliography
- NCAC Virtual Training Center – “Inquiring Minds Want to Know”