New York : Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
xiv, 390 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
The reliability of eyewitness identifications by the elderly: an evidence-based review / Siegfried L. Sporer and Natalie Martschuk Misinformation effect in older versus younger adults: a meta-analysis and review / Lindsey E. Wylie, Lawrence Patihis, Leslie L. McCuller, Deborah Davis, Eve M. Brank, Elizabeth F. Loftus, and Brian H. Bornstein True and false recognition of faces by young and old adults / James C. Bartlett Eyewitness identifications: the interaction between witness age and estimator variables / Jennifer L. Beaudry and Christina L. Bullard Improving the performance of older witnesses on identification procedures / Rachel Wilcock and Ray Bull Aging and false memory: fuzzy-trace theory and the elderly eyewitness / Carlos F.A. Gomes, Brittany R. Cohen, Alisha Desai, Charles J. Brainerd, and Valerie F. Reyna Eyewitness memory and metamemory in older adults / Jodi Price, Michael L. Mueller, Stacy Wetmore, and Jeffery Neuschatz Associative memory deficits: implications for the elderly eyewitness / Donna J. LaVoie and Kethera Fogler Accuracy of eyewitness memory for events in young and older adults / Alaitz Aizpurua, Malen Migueles, and Elvira Garcia-Bajos Memory trust and distrust in elderly eyewitnesses: to what extent do older adults doubt their memories? / Linda A. Henkel Interviewing the elderly eyewitness / Tammy A. Marche, Jennifer L. Briere, Terri L. Cordwell, and Robyn E. Holliday A credible crime report? Communication and perceived credibility of elderly eyewitnesses / Meredith Allison and C.A. Elizabeth Brimacombe Uniting theory to empirical evidence: how to understand memory of the elderly witness / Ayanna K. Thomas, Leamarie T. Gordon, and John B. Bulevich The older witness in court: an international perspective / Graham Davies and Noelle Robertson Testimony by the elderly in the eyes of the jury: the impact of juror characteristics / Anna E. Pittman, Michael P. Toglia, Christopher T. Leone, and Katrin U. Mueller-Johnson.
"The majority of research on eyewitness memory has traditionally studied children and young adults. By contrast, this volume is designed to provide an overview of empirical research on the cognitive, social, and health related factors that impact the accuracy of eyewitness testimony given by the elderly. The book takes a lifespan developmental perspective that incorporates research on witnesses of all ages, but uses the findings to focus on issues unique to the elderly. This includes research on recognition memory with lineup identifications and recall memory that occurs when an elderly witness is asked to describe an event in court. The Elderly Eyewitness also examines jurors' reactions to the testimony of an elderly witness, and the legal and social policy issues that emerge when the elderly witness participate in legal proceedings. While reviewing what is known about the elderly witness, the book also provides a direction for future research into this new frontier of scientific inquiry. Its audience spans researchers in cognitive and developmental psychology, and professionals working in the growing area of psychology and law."--Publisher's website.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
K2271 .E44 2014
1848725388 9781848725386 1848726139 9781848726130