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  • Do we need to rethink guidance on repeated interviews? 

    La Rooy, David J.; Katz, Carmit; Malloy, Lindsay C.; Lamb, Michael E. (American Psychological Association, 2010-11)
    Within the legal system, children are frequently interviewed about their experiences more than once, with different information elicited in different interviews. The presumed positive and negative effects of multiple ...
  • Intoxicated eyewitnesses: the effects of alcohol on eyewitness recall across repeated interviews 

    La Rooy, David J.; Nicol, Annabelle; Terry, Philip (Scientific Research Publishing, 2013-07)
    The study evaluated the usefulness of repeat-interviewing of witnesses to crimes who were intoxicated by alcohol at the time of the incident and their first interview, and then re-interviewed when not intoxicated the ...
  • Repeated interviews with children who have intellectual disabilities 

    Cederborg, A.-C.; La Rooy, David J.; Lamb, M. E. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008-03)
    Background We predicted that repeated interviewing would improve the informativeness of children with intellectual disabilities who were questioned in criminal investigations. Materials The chronological ages of the 19 ...