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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 22, Number 10, 25 November 2016

Editorial Board
pp. i-i(1)

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Deciphering the riddle of human deceit detection: groups comprising a higher number of anxious people are better at distinguishing lies from truths
pp. 945-956(12)
Authors: Ein-Dor, Tsachi; Perry-Paldi, Adi; Daniely, Tal; Zohar-Cohen, Karin; Hirschberger, Gilad

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Attribution of crime motives biases eyewitnesses’ memory and sentencing decisions
pp. 957-976(20)
Authors: Hellmann, Deborah F.; Memon, Amina

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