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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Verbal Lie Detection Tools: Underlying processes behind false perspective production: Knowledge of crime context: Graphic representation using high-dimensional visualization HDV with all criteria taken into consideration shows that the evaluscion types of statements are quite heterogeneous. Psychology, 2 09 For example, changing a small detail of an actual event-even a very important detail, such as whether the role played in the event was witness or protagonistis not the same thing as fabricating the entire event Manzanero, For correcting amount of detaila chart was made of the micropropositions, describing as objectively as possible what happened in the actual event.
We want you to tell us even things that you might think evaluaion not very important. Effects of presentation format credubilidad instructions on the ability of people with intellectual disability to identify faces.
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Law and Human Behavior, 20, Likewise, characteristics of the statements could vary in relation to the participant’s ability to generate a plausible statement. Credibility assessment; intellectual disability; content criteria; eyewitness testimony; high-dimensional visualization. Phenomenal characteristics of memories for perceived and imagined autobiographical events. Recall of complex events: Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 11 1 Undeutsch hypothesis and Criteria Based Content Analysis: This approach, which would mean fewer criteria, should be discarded, however, because whether these two criteria are present most likely depends on a great variety evaluafion factors, such as the type of event described, the time elapsed, and the witness’s abilities, for example.
Psychological Bulletin, Research on persons with ID would have to be expanded to include other types of statements, such as those arising from false memories or those originating in the imagination.
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Journal of Appplied Research in Intellectual disabilities, 16, Memory and Cognition, 17, At any rate, this difference in the results could be accounted for by differences between the two studies in terms of not only the participants but also the events -for an actual event was used for the present study, but a filmed event and a different type of fabrication was used for the study with participants who did not have ID. Where were you going? This was the reason for conducting the following experiment: Witness competency in people with mental retardation: Psychological Science 20, Developmental Evwluacion, 23, Twenty-nine persons with intellectual disability participated in the study.
Perceived credibility and eyewitness testimony of children with intellectual disabilities.
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International developments in research and practice pp. Memories of perceptive origin would have more contextual and sensory attributes and more semantic details, while self-generated memories would contain more information about cognitive operations. Archives of Sexual Behavior. The Myth of Repressed Memory: Journal of Applied Psychology 87, — 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.
The remaining measurements are defined as follows: Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33, These results, however, are contrary to those found in the previous research mentioned in the introduction, which was conducted with developmentally normal persons Manzanero, et al. Memory-enhancing Techniques for Investigative Interviewing: The developmentally handicapped witness. In Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Child abuse testjmonio Neglect, 14, When subsequently questioned about the credibility of the testimonies, they stated dr those testimonies given by a person with ID were considered less credible.
By the same token, many persons with ID also have great difficulty situating events in time and space Bailey et al.
In addition, the persons with ID who belonged to the false statement group were told explicitly that they had the option to lie and were assured there would be no negative consequences if they did so, thereby preventing undue tension.
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Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 55 4 Why do the police interview eyewitnesses? Interview objectives and the evaluation of eyewitness performance.
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Discarding the 13 non-significant criteria does not seem appropriate either, however, for as the cluster analysis of all criteria shows, we would still be able to distinguish The lack of effect on most of the criteria would be due to an enormous variability and, in some cases, to the floor effect for, generally speaking, the statements were not very rich, phenomenologically. As noted in the introduction, there is an abundance of evaluuacion that points out inconsistencies in the psicilogica 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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