Timothy J. Luke
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Strategic use of evidence during investigative interviews: The state of the science
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, T Luke
Credibility assessment, 1-36, 2014
1242014
How awareness of possible evidence induces forthcoming counter‐interrogation strategies
TJ Luke, E Dawson, M Hartwig, PA Granhag
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (6), 876-882, 2014
472014
On the general acceptance of confessions research: Opinions of the scientific community.
SM Kassin, AD Redlich, F Alceste, TJ Luke
American Psychologist 73 (1), 63, 2018
282018
Training in the Strategic Use of Evidence technique: Improving deception detection accuracy of American law enforcement officers
TJ Luke, M Hartwig, E Joseph, L Brimbal, G Chan, E Dawson, S Jordan, ...
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 31 (4), 270-278, 2016
262016
Interviewing to elicit cues to deception: Improving strategic use of evidence with general-to-specific framing of evidence
TJ Luke, M Hartwig, L Brimbal, G Chan, S Jordan, E Joseph, J Osborne, ...
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 28 (1), 54-62, 2013
212013
Countermeasures against the strategic use of evidence technique: Effects on suspects' strategies
TJ Luke, M Hartwig, B Shamash, PA Granhag
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 13 (2), 131-147, 2016
192016
Ethical perspectives on interrogation
M Hartwig, TJ Luke, M Skerker
J., Jacobs, J. Jackson,(Eds.), The Routledge handbook of criminal justice …, 2016
172016
How to interview to elicit concealed information: Introducing the Shift-of-Strategy (SoS) approach
PA Granhag, TJ Luke
Detecting concealed information and deception, 271-295, 2018
122018
Lessons from Pinocchio: Cues to deception may be highly exaggerated
TJ Luke
Perspectives on Psychological Science 14 (4), 646-671, 2019
112019
Memory errors in police interviews: The bait question as a source of misinformation
TJ Luke, WE Crozier, D Strange
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 6 (3), 260-273, 2017
102017
Deconstructing the evidence: The effects of strength and reliability of evidence on suspect behavior and counter-interrogation tactics
L Brimbal, TJ Luke
PsyArXiv, 2019
72019
What to Reveal and what to Conceal? An Empirical Examination of Guilty Suspects’ Strategies
M Srivatsav, TJ Luke, PA Granhag, L Strömwall, A Vrij
PsyArXiv, 2019
42019
Holding yourself captive: Perceptions of custody during interviews and interrogations
F Alceste, TJ Luke, SM Kassin
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 7 (3), 387-397, 2018
42018
Review of the Scharff Technique
TJ Luke
Retrieved from osf. io/tajcq, 2018
42018
Management of disclosure-costs in intelligence interviews
DA Neequaye, TJ Luke
Retrieved from osf. io/dfr5v, 2018
32018
“Rarely safe to assume”: Evaluating the use and interpretation of manipulation checks in experimental social psychology
E Ejelöv, TJ Luke
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 87, 103937, 2020
22020
Remembering what never occurred? Children’s false memories for repeated experiences
B Calado, H Otgaar, TJ Luke, S Landström
22018
The effects of mortality salience and reminders of terrorism on perceptions of interrogation techniques
TJ Luke, M Hartwig
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 21 (4), 538-550, 2014
22014
Narrative encounters and changing perceptions of others.
S Opotow, TJ Luke
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 19 (3), 219, 2013
22013
Understanding and intervening in contexts of ongoing danger, violence, and threat.
S Opotow, TJ Luke
Educational Publishing Foundation 19 (2), 73, 2013
22013
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