Interrogations, Confessions, and Entrapment by Springer Science+Business Media (Hardback, 2004)
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- DescriptionCoerced confessions have long been a staple of TV crime dramas, and have also been the subject of recent news stories. The complexity of such situations, however, is rarely explored even in the scientific literature. Now in softcover, Interrogations, Confessions, and Entrapment remains one of the best syntheses of the scientific, legal, and ethical findings in this area, uncovering subtle yet powerful forces that often compromise the integrity of the criminal justice system. Editor G. Daniel Lassiter identifies the exposure of psychological coercion as an emerging frontier in legal psychology, citing its roots in the third degree approach of former times, and ting that its techniques carry little scientific validity. A team of psychologists, crimilogists, and legal scholars asksoand goes a long way toward answeringoimportant questions such as: - What forms of psychological coercion are involved in interrogation? - Are some people more susceptible to falsely confessing than others? - What are the effects of psychological manipulation on incent suspects? - Are coercive tactics ever justified with mirs? - Can jurors recognize psychological coercion and unreliable confessions? - Can entrapment techniques encourage people to commit crimes? - What steps can law enforcement take to minimize coercion? Throughout this progressive volume, readers will find important research-based ideas for educating the courts, changing policy, and implementing reform, from improving police interrogation skills to better methods of evaluating confession evidence. For the expert witness, legal consultant, or student of forensic psychology, this is material whose relevance will only increase with time.
- Author BiographyG. Daniel Lassiter is Professor of Psychology at Ohio University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia in 1984 and thereafter began a two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship at Northwestern University. He was a Visiting Faculty at the University of Florida before arriving at Ohio University in 1987.
- PublisherSpringer Science+Business Media
- Date of Publication28/04/2004
- SubjectSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Series TitlePerspectives in Law and Psychology
- Series Part/Volume Numberv. 20
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintKluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
- Content Notebiography
- Weight1370 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Edited byG. Daniel Lassiter
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