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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 21, Number 5, 1 July 2013

Memory and the law: Insights from case studies
pp. 545-546(2)
Authors: Howe, Mark L.; Conway, Martin A.

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Murder must memorise
pp. 547-555(9)
Author: Brainerd, C. J.

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Expert testimony in a child sex abuse case: Translating memory development research
pp. 556-565(10)
Authors: Bruck, Maggie; Ceci, Stephen J.

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On being a memory expert witness: Three cases
pp. 566-575(10)
Author: Conway, Martin A.

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Eyewitness testimony in the Lockerbie bombing case
pp. 584-590(7)
Author: Loftus, Elizabeth F.

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Children's Memory for Their Mother's Murder: Accuracy, Suggestibility, and Resistance to Suggestion
pp. 591-598(8)
Authors: McWilliams, Kelly; Narr, Rachel; Goodman, Gail S.; Ruiz, Sandra; Mendoza, Macaria

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Let's use those tests! Evaluations of crime-related amnesia claims
pp. 599-607(9)
Authors: Peters, Maarten J. V.; van Oorsouw, Kim I. M.; Jelicic, Marko; Merckelbach, Harald

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Misconceptions about childhood sexual abuse and child witnesses: Implications for psychological experts in the courtroom
pp. 608-617(10)
Authors: Zajac, Rachel; Garry, Maryanne; London, Kamala; Goodyear-Smith, Felicity; Hayne, Harlene

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