Maria Hartwig
Maria Hartwig
Professor of Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
Email yang diverifikasi di jjay.cuny.edu
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Why do lie-catchers fail? A lens model meta-analysis of human lie judgments.
M Hartwig, CF Bond Jr
Psychological bulletin 137 (4), 643, 2011
5192011
Strategic use of evidence during police interviews: When training to detect deception works.
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Strömwall, O Kronkvist
Law and human behavior 30 (5), 603, 2006
4502006
Guilty and innocent suspects’ strategies during police interrogations
M Hartwig, P Anders Granhag, LA Strömwall
Psychology, Crime & Law 13 (2), 213-227, 2007
3612007
Detecting deception via strategic disclosure of evidence
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Strömwall, A Vrij
Law and human behavior 29 (4), 469-484, 2005
2892005
A new theoretical perspective on deception detection: On the psychology of instrumental mind-reading
PA Granhag, M Hartwig
Psychology, Crime & Law 14 (3), 189-200, 2008
2692008
To act truthfully: Nonverbal behaviour and strategies during a police interrogation
LA Strömwall, M Hartwig, PA Granhag
Psychology, Crime & Law 12 (2), 207-219, 2006
2102006
10 Practitioners’ beliefs about deception
LA Stromwall, PA Granhag, M Hartwig
The detection of deception in forensic contexts, 229, 2004
2032004
Insightful or wishful: Lawyers' ability to predict case outcomes.
J Goodman-Delahunty, PA Granhag, M Hartwig, EF Loftus
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 16 (2), 133, 2010
1962010
Lie detection from multiple cues: A meta‐analysis
M Hartwig, CF Bond Jr
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (5), 661-676, 2014
1882014
Strategic use of evidence during investigative interviews: The state of the science
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, T Luke
Credibility assessment, 1-36, 2014
1692014
Police officers’ lie detection accuracy: Interrogating freely versus observing video
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Strömwall, A Vrij
Police Quarterly 7 (4), 429-456, 2004
1532004
The strategic use of evidence technique: A conceptual overview.
PA Granhag, M Hartwig
Wiley-Blackwell, 2015
1512015
Impression and information management: On the strategic self-regulation of innocent and guilty suspects
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Stromwall, N Doering
The Open Criminology Journal 3 (1), 2010
1372010
Imprisoned knowledge: Criminals' beliefs about deception
PA Granhag, LO Andersson, LA Strömwall, M Hartwig
Legal and Criminological Psychology 9 (1), 103-119, 2004
1302004
Eliciting cues to deception by tactical disclosure of evidence: The first test of the Evidence Framing Matrix
PA Granhag, LA Strömwall, RM Willén, M Hartwig
Legal and Criminological Psychology 18 (2), 341-355, 2013
982013
Police interrogation from a social psychology perspective
M Hartwig, P Anders Granhag, A Vrij
Policing & Society 15 (4), 379-399, 2005
962005
SUSPICIOUS MINDS: CRIMINALS'ABILITY TO DETECT DECEPTION
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Strömwall, LO Andersson
Psychology, Crime and Law 10 (1), 83-95, 2004
962004
Granting asylum or not? Migration board personnel's beliefs about deception
PA Granhag, LA Strömwall, M Hartwig
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 31 (1), 29-50, 2005
942005
Witnesses appearing live versus on video: Effects on observers' perception, veracity assessments and memory
S Landström, PA Granhag, M Hartwig
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2005
832005
Reading lies: Nonverbal communication and deception
A Vrij, M Hartwig, PA Granhag
Annual review of psychology 70, 295-317, 2019
772019
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