Melissa Russano
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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
Modeling the influence of investigator bias on the elicitation of true and false confessions
FM Narchet, CA Meissner, MB Russano
Law and human behavior 35 (6), 452-465, 2011
Criminal versus HUMINT interrogations: The importance of psychological science to improving interrogative practice
JR Evans, CA Meissner, SE Brandon, MB Russano, SM Kleinman
The Journal of Psychiatry & Law 38 (1-2), 215-249, 2010
Minimization and maximization techniques: Assessing the perceived consequences of confessing and confession diagnosticity
AJ Horgan, MB Russano, CA Meissner, JR Evans
Psychology, Crime & Law 18 (1), 65-78, 2012
Intoxicated witnesses and suspects: Procedures and prevalence according to law enforcement.
JR Evans, N Schreiber Compo, MB Russano
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 15 (3), 194, 2009
Structured interviews of experienced HUMINT interrogators
MB Russano, FM Narchet, SM Kleinman, CA Meissner
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (6), 847-859, 2014
Obtaining guilty knowledge in human intelligence interrogations: Comparing accusatorial and information-gathering approaches with a novel experimental paradigm
JR Evans, CA Meissner, AB Ross, KA Houston, MB Russano, AJ Horgan
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 2 (2), 83-88, 2013
Assessment of the commonsense psychology underlying Daubert: Legal decision makers' abilities to evaluate expert evidence in hostile work environment cases.
MB Kovera, MB Russano, BD McAuliff
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 8 (2), 180, 2002
The importance of a laboratory science for improving the diagnostic value of confession evidence.
CA Meissner, MB Russano, FM Narchet
American Psychological Association, 2010
The need for a positive psychological approach and collaborative effort for improving practice in the interrogation room.
CA Meissner, M Hartwig, MB Russano
Springer 34 (1), 43, 2010
The psychology of interrogations and false confessions
CA Meissner, MB Russano
The Canadian Journal of Police & Security Services 1 (1), 53-64, 2003
Why don't you take another look at number three: Investigator knowledge and its effects on eyewitness confidence and identification decisions
MB Russano, JJ Dickinson, SM Greathouse, MB Kovera
Cardozo Pub. L. Pol'y & Ethics J. 4, 355, 2006
A survey of potential jurors’ perceptions of interrogations and confessions.
A Mindthoff, JR Evans, G Perez, SA Woestehoff, AP Olaguez, JZ Klemfuss, ...
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (4), 430, 2018
Analysts, interpreters, and intelligence interrogations: Perceptions and insights
MB Russano, FM Narchet, SM Kleinman
Applied cognitive psychology 28 (6), 829-846, 2014
‘Any friend of yours is a friend of mine’: investigating the utilization of an interpreter in an investigative interview
KA Houston, MB Russano, EP Ricks
Psychology, Crime & Law 23 (5), 413-426, 2017
On the road (to admission): Engaging suspects with minimization.
CE Kelly, MB Russano, JC Miller, AD Redlich
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 25 (3), 166, 2019
Does video recording inhibit crime suspects? Evidence from a fully randomized field experiment.
SM Kassin, MB Russano, AD Amrom, J Hellgren, J Kukucka, VZ Lawson
Law and human behavior 43 (1), 45, 2019
A (nearly) 360 perspective of the interrogation process: Communicating with high-value targets
FM Narchet, MB Russano, SM Kleinman, CA Meissner
Communication in investigative and legal contexts: Integrated approaches …, 2016
Juror perceptions of intoxicated suspects’ interrogation-related behaviors
A Mindthoff, JR Evans, G Perez, SA Woestehoff, AP Olaguez, JZ Klemfuss, ...
Criminal Justice and Behavior 47 (2), 222-246, 2020
The High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group (HIG)
SE Brandon, JC Arthur, DG Ray, CA Meissner, SM Kleinman, ...
Operational psychology: A new field to support national security and public …, 2019
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