Palabras clave: Evaluación de credibilidad; discapacidad intelectual; criterios de .. La prueba pericial psicológica sobre la credibilidad del testimonio. la pericial psicológica de la credibilidad del testimonio. En un estudio de archivo, . las técnicas tradicionales de evaluación psicológica que son totalmente. A.L. ManzaneroProcedimientos de evaluación de la credibilidad de las MuñozLa prueba pericial psicológica sobre la credibilidad del testimonio: Reflexiones.
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Functional Analysis in behavior therapy. Such procedures do not exist at this time, however, which means that persons with ID are often excluded from the justice system or evaluated on the basis of a comparison with children.
Tsetimonio a first approximation, Johnson and Raye proposed that etstimonio are four types of essential attributes by which we could differentiate between the two types of information stored in memory. Credkbilidad developmentally handicapped witness. The interview tapes were transcribed to facilitate analysis of the phenomenological characteristics of the statements, with any reference to the participant’s group eliminated.
Reality monitoring of accounts of self-experienced and invented recent and distant autobiographical events. As noted in the introduction, there is an abundance of literature that points out inconsistencies in the attributes differentiating true statements from false statements, as well as the irrelevance of RM procedure criteria, on the whole, for distinguishing between true and false statements.
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Journal of Psychology, Human Communication Research, 30 1 Psychological Science 20, An experimental study of the effectiveness of different techniques of interviewing mentally handicapped child witnesses. Detecting true and false opinions: Contextual factors and clinical subtypes. Thirteen of the participants were actual victims, with a mean IQ periciap An experimental and HDV study. Article received Revision received Accepted Psychological Bulletin, A structured forensic interview protocol improves the quality and informativeness of investigative interviews with children: Human communication research, 30 1 The less scientific road ppericial truth.
The truth in content analyses of a child’s testimony. Half of the observers were told beforehand that the witness had moderate intellectual disability, evaluacuon the other half were told that the witness was a person who was developmentally normal. A researcher selected the participants, all of comparable IQ, on the basis of criteria for the “true” group-did go on the day trip-and the “false” group-did not go on the day trip but knew about the event from references made to it.
Research on fragile X syndrome and autism: Child abuse and Neglect, 14, A guide for helping professionals. The hope was that similar results would be obtained in this study. The language of deceit: Detecting deception by manipulating cognitive load.
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Evaluación de la credibilidad de relatos de personas con discapacidad intelectual
The sincere witness profile. Laboratory for Scientific Interrogation. Two trained evaluators assessed each statement individually on each of the content criteria proposed in the RM procedure see Table 2and then an interjudge agreement was reached.
Table 2 shows the mean scores and standard deviations for false statements and true statements and the totals for each criterion. A Qualitative Review of the First 37 Studies. Toward a Cognitive Lie Detection Approach.
In future research studies, testimonies given by persons with more severe ID should be analyzed on the basis of these criteria because we understand that, the more severe the disability, the more difficult it is for the individual to narrate with sufficient detail, to situate an event in a context, and to reproduce conversations.
Even for each modality, however, there are varying degrees of remove from the actual information.
They found peridial correlation between the credibility evaluations and either mental age or anxiety. Effects of questions repetition and variation on the efficiency of the Guilty Knowledge Test: Law and Human Behavior, 27,