Erik Mac Giolla, PhD
Erik Mac Giolla, PhD
Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg
Verified email at psy.gu.se
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Interviewing strategically to elicit admissions from guilty suspects.
S Tekin, PA Granhag, L Strömwall, EM Giolla, A Vrij, M Hartwig
Law and Human Behavior 39 (3), 244, 2015
542015
Preventing future crimes
PA Granhag, E Mac Giolla
European Psychologist, 2014
522014
Personality traits across countries: Support for similarities rather than differences
P Kajonius, E Mac Giolla
PloS one 12 (6), 2017
402017
Suspects’ Verbal Counter‐Interrogation Strategies
PA Granhag, M Hartwig, EM Giolla, F Clemens
Detecting Deception: Current Challenges and Cognitive Approaches, 293-313, 2015
402015
Detecting false intent amongst small cells of suspects: Single versus repeated interviews
E Mac Giolla, PA Granhag
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 12 (2), 142-157, 2015
292015
Sex differences in personality are larger in gender equal countries: Replicating and extending a surprising finding
E Mac Giolla, PJ Kajonius
International Journal of Psychology 54 (6), 705-711, 2019
282019
Markers of good planning behavior as a cue for separating true and false intent
E Mac Giolla, PA Granhag, M Liu‐Jönsson
PsyCh Journal 2 (3), 183-189, 2013
262013
Counter-interrogation strategies among small cells of suspects
PA Granhag, E Mac Giolla, LA Strömwall, J Rangmar
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 20 (5), 705-712, 2013
252013
‘I saw the man who killed Anna Lindh!’An archival study of witnesses' offender descriptions
PA Granhag, K Ask, A Rebelius, L Öhman, E Mac Giolla
Psychology, crime & law 19 (10), 921-931, 2013
232013
Discriminating between True and False Intentions
EM Giolla, PA Granhag, A Vrij
Detecting Deception: Current Challenges and Cognitive Approaches, 155-173, 2015
162015
Discriminating between statements of true and false intent: The impact of repeated interviews and strategic questioning
PA Granhag, E Mac Giolla, T Sooniste, L Strömwall, M Liu-Jonsson
Journal of Applied Security Research 11 (1), 1-17, 2016
142016
Drawing-based deception detection techniques: A state-of-the-art review
EM Giolla, PA Granhag, Z Vernham
Crime Psychology Review 3 (1), 23-38, 2017
92017
Eyewitness recall: An overview of estimator-based research
PA Granhag, K Ask, EM Giolla
The SAGE handbook of applied memory, 541-558, 2014
92014
Partners under pressure: Examining the consistency of true and false alibi statements
ML Sakrisvold, PA Granhag, E Mac Giolla
Behavioral sciences & the law 35 (1), 75-90, 2017
82017
Task-related spontaneous thought: A novel direction in the study of true and false intentions
E Mac Giolla, PA Granhag, K Ask
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (1), 93-103, 2017
72017
Drawing what lies ahead: False intentions are more abstractly depicted than true intentions
S Calderon, E Mac Giolla, K Ask, PA Granhag
Applied cognitive psychology 32 (4), 518-522, 2018
62018
Markers of good planning behavior as a cue for separating true and false intent. PsyCh Journal, 2 (3), 183-189
E Mac Giolla, PA Granhag, M Liu‐Jönsson
62013
Detecting deception within small groups: A literature review
Z Vernham, PA Granhag, E Mac Giolla
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1012, 2016
52016
Do true and false intentions differ in level of abstraction? A test of construal level theory in deception contexts
S Calderon, E Mac Giolla, PA Granhag, K Ask
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2037, 2017
42017
Towards a theory of true and false intentions
E Mac Giolla
42016
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