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Suggestibility, Coaching and the Impact on the Forensic Interview

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Suggestibility, Coaching and Impact on the Forensic Interview

Klemfuss, J. Z., Olaguez, A. P. (2018). Individual differences in children’s suggestibility: An updated review. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. DOI: 10.1080/10538712.2018.1508108

Lyon, T. D., Malloy, L. C., Quas, J. A., & Talwar, V. A. (2008). Coaching, truth induction, and young maltreated children’s false allegations and false denials. Child Development, 79(4), 914-929.

O’Donohue, W., Cummings, C., & Willis, B. (2018). The frequency of false allegations of child sexual abuse: A critical review. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 27(5), 459-475.

Talwar, V., Hubbard, K., Saykaly, C., Lee, K., Lindsay, R.C.L., & Bala, N. (2018). Does parental coaching affect children’s false reports? Comparing verbal markers of deception. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 36(1), 84-79.

Wyman, J., Foster, I., Crossman, A., Colwell, K., & Talwar, V. (2019). The efficacy of free‐recall, cognitive load, and closed‐ended questions when children are asked to falsely testify about a crime. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 33(4), 544-560.

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