saul kassin
saul kassin
John Jay college
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Police-induced confessions: Risk factors and recommendations
SM Kassin, SA Drizin, T Grisso, GH Gudjonsson, RA Leo, AD Redlich
Law and human behavior 34 (1), 3-38, 2010
8032010
Police-induced confessions: Risk factors and recommendations
SM Kassin, SA Drizin, T Grisso, GH Gudjonsson, RA Leo, AD Redlich
Law and human behavior 34 (1), 3-38, 2010
8032010
The psychology of confessions: A review of the literature and issues
SM Kassin, GH Gudjonsson
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 5 (2), 33-67, 2004
7122004
The social psychology of false confessions: Compliance, internalization, and confabulation
SM Kassin, KL Kiechel
Psychological science 7 (3), 125-128, 1996
6381996
“He's guilty!”: Investigator bias in judgments of truth and deception
CA Meissner, SM Kassin
Law and human behavior 26 (5), 469-480, 2002
5882002
On the power of confession evidence: An experimental test of the fundamental difference hypothesis
SM Kassin, K Neumann
Law and human Behavior 21 (5), 469-484, 1997
5851997
On the power of confession evidence: An experimental test of the fundamental difference hypothesis
SM Kassin, K Neumann
Law and human Behavior 21 (5), 469-484, 1997
5851997
On the relationship between implicit and explicit modes in the learning of a complex rule structure.
AS Reber, SM Kassin, S Lewis, G Cantor
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory 6 (5), 492, 1980
5191980
On the psychology of confessions: Does innocence put innocents at risk?
SM Kassin
American psychologist 60 (3), 215, 2005
5162005
On the" general acceptance" of eyewitness testimony research: A new survey of the experts.
SM Kassin, VA Tubb, HM Hosch, A Memon
American Psychologist 56 (5), 405, 2001
5032001
The psychology of confession evidence.
SM Kassin
American Psychologist 52 (3), 221, 1997
4951997
Police interviewing and interrogation: A self-report survey of police practices and beliefs
SM Kassin, RA Leo, CA Meissner, KD Richman, LH Colwell, AM Leach, ...
Law and human behavior 31 (4), 381-400, 2007
4692007
The forensic confirmation bias: Problems, perspectives, and proposed solutions
SM Kassin, IE Dror, J Kukucka
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 2 (1), 42-52, 2013
4642013
Behavioral confirmation in the interrogation room: On the dangers of presuming guilt
SM Kassin, CC Goldstein, K Savitsky
Law and human behavior 27 (2), 187-203, 2003
4572003
“I'm innocent!”: Effects of training on judgments of truth and deception in the interrogation room
SM Kassin, CT Fong
Law and Human Behavior 23 (5), 499-516, 1999
4321999
Police interrogations and confessions
SM Kassin, K McNall
Law and Human Behavior 15 (3), 233-251, 1991
4151991
The" general acceptance" of psychological research on eyewitness testimony: A survey of the experts.
SM Kassin, PC Ellsworth, VL Smith
American Psychologist 44 (8), 1089, 1989
4001989
Coerced confessions and the jury: An experimental test of the “harmless error” rule
SM Kassin, H Sukel
Law and Human Behavior 21 (1), 27-46, 1997
3961997
The American jury on trial: Psychological perspectives
SM Kassin, LS Wrightsman
Taylor & Francis, 2013
3872013
Investigating true and false confessions within a novel experimental paradigm
MB Russano, CA Meissner, FM Narchet, SM Kassin
Psychological science 16 (6), 481-486, 2005
3802005
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