Karl Ask
Karl Ask
Professor of Psychology, University of Gothenburg
Verified email at psy.gu.se
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Motivational sources of confirmation bias in criminal investigations: The need for cognitive closure
K Ask, PA Granhag
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 2 (1), 43-63, 2005
Motivational Bias in Criminal Investigators' Judgments of Witness Reliability
K Ask, PA Granhag
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37 (3), 561-591, 2007
Why emotions matter: Expectancy violation and affective response mediate the emotional victim effect
K Ask, S Landström
Law and human behavior 34 (5), 392-401, 2010
The ‘elasticity’ of criminal evidence: A moderator of investigator bias
K Ask, A Rebelius, PA Granhag
Applied Cognitive Psychology 22 (9), 1245-1259, 2008
The man behind the mask: accuracy and predictors of eyewitness offender descriptions.
IA Fahsing, K Ask, PA Granhag
Journal of Applied Psychology 89 (4), 722, 2004
Hot cognition in investigative judgments: The differential influence of anger and sadness
K Ask, PA Granhag
Law and human behavior 31 (6), 537-551, 2007
A survey of police officers’ and prosecutors’ beliefs about crime victim behaviors
K Ask
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 25 (6), 1132-1149, 2010
The Cognitive Interview: Effects on the realism in witnesses’ confidence in their free recall
CM Allwood, K Ask, PA Granhag
Psychology, Crime & Law 11 (2), 183-198, 2005
Decision making and decisional tipping points in homicide investigations: An interview study of British and Norwegian detectives
I Fahsing, K Ask
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 10 (2), 155-165, 2013
The making of an expert detective: the role of experience in English and Norwegian police officers’ investigative decision-making
I Fahsing, K Ask
Psychology, Crime & Law 22 (3), 203-223, 2016
On Being Angry and Punitive: How Anger Alters Perception of Criminal Intent
K Ask, A Pina
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2 (5), 494-499, 2011
Police officers' views of effective interview tactics with suspects: The effects of weight of case evidence and discomfort with ambiguity
H Häkkänen, K Ask, M Kebbell, L Alison, PA Granhag
Applied Cognitive Psychology 23 (4), 468-481, 2009
Investigators under influence: How social norms activate goal‐directed processing of criminal evidence
K Ask, PA Granhag, A Rebelius
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (4), 548-553, 2011
'I saw the man who killed Anna Lindh!': A case study of witnesses' offender descriptions
PA Granhag, K Ask, L Öhman, A Rebelius, E Mac Giolla
Psychology, Crime and Law 19 (10), 921-931, 2012
Investigators’ decision making
K Ask, L Alison
Forensic psychology in context: Nordic and international perspectives, 35-55, 2010
Intending or Pretending? Automatic Evaluations of Goal Cues Discriminate True and False Intentions
K Ask, PA Granhag, F Juhlin, A Vrij
Applied cognitive psychology 27 (2), 173-177, 2013
Criminal investigation: motivation, emotion and cognition in the processing of evidence
K Ask
rapport nr.: Doctoral Dissertation 175 Avhandling 175, 2006
Asymmetrical scepticism towards criminal evidence: The role of goal‐ and belief‐consistency
T Marksteiner, K Ask, MA Reinhard, PA Granhag
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (4), 541-547, 2011
Individual determinants of deception detection performance: need for closure, attributional complexity and absorption
K Ask, PA Granhag
Univ., 2003
Children's testimony and the emotional victim effect
S Landström, K Ask, C Sommar, R Willén
Legal and Criminological Psychology 20 (2), 365-383, 2015
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