PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW




JULY 19 - TUESDAY                                    
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30
           
S7                                       KA LAW 2



JULY 21 - THURSDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

CII        SY LAW 1          SY LAW 2                SY LAW 3                        SY LAW 4

Exhibition
Area       PO LAW (SESSION 1)                        PO LAW (SESSION 2)



JULY 22 - FRIDAY
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S7         TS LAW 5          PA LAW      KA LAW 1                                    SY LAW 6
D-3        TS LAW 1          TS LAW 2                TS LAW 3                        TS LAW 4








PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA LAW 2 Room: S7 INFLUENCE PROCESSES IN DELIBERATIONS BY TRIAL JURIES: THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL ASPECTS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO THE SPANISH JURY Martin F. KAPLAN; NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, USA +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY LAW 1 Room: CII DEFINING ADDICTION FOR THE LAW Convener and Chairperson: Theodore H. BLAU; American Board of Professional Psychology, Tampa, USA SY LAW (1) 1 INTRODUCTION: THE TRADITIONAL VIEW OF ADDICTION Theodore H. BLAU; ; American Board of Professional Psychology, Tampa, USA SY LAW (1) 2 ADDICTION, ATTRIBUTION, AND FUNCTIONAL DISCOURSE John B. DAVIES; ; Centre for Occupational and Health Psychology, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK SY LAW (1) 3 EXCESSIVE APPETITES: A PSYCHOLOGICAL VIEW OF ADDICTIONS Jim ORFORD; ; University of Birmingham, UK SY LAW (1) 4 CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ADDICTION Rien H.M. BRETELER; & Michel P.S.R. AMOUREUS & Arie A. VAN DEN HURK; University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands SY LAW (1) 5 WHAT THE LAW NEEDS FROM SCIENCE Theodore H. BLAU; ; American Board of Professional Psychology, Tampa, USA Discussant(s): Joseph MATARAZZO, Oregon Health Science University, USA POSTER SESSION 1 PO LAW 2 CHILD WITNESSES: DEVELOPMENTAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CHILDREN'S SCRIPTS AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY C.M. GENTIL & M. DIGES; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN PO LAW 3 A CUALITATIVE REVISION OF THE STUDIES ABOUT PSYCHOPATHS Cristina ESTEBAN & E. SAIZ & C. MOLERO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO LAW 4 FEMALE AND CRIME IN POSTWAR' SPAIN Mª Jesús LOPEZ LATORRE & Rosa BAÑULS EGEA; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO LAW 5 RELACION ENTR EL NIVEL DE DESARROLLO MORAL Y EL NIVEL GENERAL DE INTELIGENCIA OBTENIDO CON EL TEST D-70: ANALISIS DE UNA MUESTRA DE ADULTOS(25-40 AÑOS) Esteban PEREZ-DELGADO & Francesc SIRERA GARRIGOS; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO LAW 6 INFLUENCES OF TIME AND SOURCE ATTRIBUTION ON THE MISINFORMATION EFFECT M. Nieves PEREZ-MATA & Margarita DIGES; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 11:30 +----------------------------------+ SY LAW 2 Room: CII RESEARCH ON WAYS TO INTERVIEW CHILDREN Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Ray BULL; Portsmouth Polytechnic, UK SY LAW (2) 1 ENHANCING CHILDREN'E EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY Ron FISHER; ; Florida International University, USA SY LAW (2) 2 THE CREATION OF SOURCE MISATTRIBUTION IN PRESCHOOLERS Edwardus DE BRUYN; ; Cornell University, USA SY LAW (2) 3 CHILDREN'S EVENT MEMORY: THE EFFECTS OF INTERVIEW TECHNIQUE AND REPEATED TESTING Amina MEMON; & Ray BULL (Universities of Southhamton and Portsmouth, UK SY LAW (2) 4 THE EFFECTS OF AGE AND DELAY ON CHILDREN'S RECALL IN A COGNITIVE INTERVIEW Günter KÖHNKEN; & Lucy AKEHURST & Rebecca MILNE ; University of Kiel & University of Porsmouth, UK SY LAW (2) 5 FAIRY TALES AND COGNITIVE INTERVIEW: TRUE STORIES ABOUT A FANTASY Marisa ALONSO-QUECUTY; ; University of La Laguna, Spain +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY LAW 3 Room: CII PREDICTING CRIMINALITY AND JUDICIAL DECISION-MAKING Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Catherine FITZMAURICE; Cranfield School of Management, UK SY LAW (3) 1 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF SENTENCING Margit E OSWALD; Technische Universität Chemnitz-Zwickau, Philosophische Fakultät, Germany SY LAW (3) 2 BIASED DECISIONS OR DECISIONS ON BIAS: JUDICIAL DECISIONS IN CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LAW Catherine FITZMAURICE; & Paula STANLEY. Cranfield University, United Kingdom SY LAW (3) 3 AN ANALYSIS OF A GUIDELINE CASE AS APPLIED TO THE OFFENCE OF RAPE Bill HEBENTON; & Ken PEASE. University of Manchester, United Kingdom SY LAW (3) 4 RISK PREDICTION AND THE JUDICIAL DETERMINATION OF DANGEROUS OFFENDERS Robert B. CORMIER; Ministry of the Solicitor General of Canada, Canada POSTER SESSION 2 PO LAW 7 THE PSYCHOLOGIST IN JUSTICE INSTITUTIONS Beatriz E. REYNAUD & Marisela CAMPOS & Claudia LACANO; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO PO LAW 8 AN OUTCOME DATA'S APPRAISAL ABOUT THE SPANISH EDITION OF THE "MULTIPHASIC SEX INVENTORY" ON A INMATE SEXUAL OFFENDER SAMPLE Cándido SANCHEZ HERNANDEZ SPAIN PO LAW 9 THE NEEDS OF CHILD VICTIMS AND CHILD WITNESSES DURING POLICE INTERROGATION C. VERBANDT & T. PONJAERT; FREE UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS, BELGIUM PO LAW 10 QUALITIES OF MISLEADING MEMORY DESCRIPTIONS Antonio MANZANERO & M. DIGES; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN PO LAW 12 THE ROLE OF THE FUTURAL PERSPECTIVE AND SELF-IMAGE WITHIN THE PROCESS TO SEVERE AND PERSISTING DELINQUENCY Ingrid VAN WELZENIS ; KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN, BELGIUM +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY LAW 4 Room: CII POSITIVE ASPECTS OF CONFLICT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Charlan J. NEMETH; University of California at Berkeley, USA SY LAW (4) 1 CONFLICTUAL MINORITIES AND THE STIMULATION OF CREATIVE THOUGHT Barbara DAVID; & Barbara DAVID; The Australian National University, Australia SY LAW (4) 2 THE ROUTINIZATION OF DISSENT Barry STAW; & Lisa COHEN; University of California, USA SY LAW (4) 3 ON APPLYING THE SOCIOCOGNITIVE CONFLICT TO CHANGE THE LATENT RACISM Juan PEREZ; Universidad de Valencia, Spain SY LAW (4) 4 OPTIMAL LEVELS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CONFLICT Carsten DE DREU; University of Groningen, The Netherlands SY LAW (4) 5 CONFLICT AS PROMOTING AND IMPEDING THE QUALITY OF PERFORMANCE: THE ROLE OF DISSENT Charlan NEMETH; University of California, USA +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 8:30 +----------------------------------+ TS LAW 1 Room: D-3 DELINQUENCY: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT (Language: Spanish) TS LAW (1) 1 EDUCATING INMATES LABELLED AS PSYCHOPATHS: DO THEY DESERVE A CHANCE? C. ESTEBAN & V. GARRIDO & C. MOLERO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS LAW (1) 2 APPRAISAL OF THE SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE LACK IN PAIDOFILIA CASE M. Angeles MARTINEZ ESTEBAN & Teresa GONZALEZ COCA; CENTRO DE ASESORAMIENTO Y TRATAMIENTO PSICOLOGICO, SPAIN TS LAW (1) 3 LOOKING FOR CHANGES IN JUVENILE OFFENDER: ROUSSEAU VERSUS SKINNER AND ROSS Vicente GARRIDO & Mª Jesus LOPEZ LATORRE; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS LAW (1) 4 DIFFERENCES IN SELF-CONTROL BETWEEN PRISONERS AND NON-PRISONERS? Rosa SANTIBAÑEZ SPAIN TS LAW (1) 5 THE CURRICULUM IN HUMANITIES: A PROGRAMME FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PRO-SOCIAL THINKING AND CRITICAL JUDGEMENT IN ADULTS SHELVING A PRISON SENTENCE C. MOLERO & V. GARRIDO & C. ESTEBAN; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS LAW 5 Room: S-7 PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW: GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES II (Language Spanish) TS LAW (5) 1 JURY SELECTION PROCEDURES. A NEW APPROACH. Ramón ARCE & Francisca FARIÑA & Santiago REAL; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO, SPAIN TS LAW (5) 2 MEDIATION AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO MARRIAGE LEGAL PROCEEDINGS Trinidad BERNAL ; CENTRO DE PSICOLOGIA APSIDE, SPAIN TS LAW (5) 3 LAWYERS PERFORMANCE IN MARRIAGE PROCEEDINGS Trinidad BERNAL ; CENTRO DE PSICOLOGIA APSIDE, SPAIN TS LAW (5) 4 CREDIBILITY ASSESSMENT TO PERCEIVED AND IMAGINED MEMORY DESCRIPTIONS Antonio L. MANZANERO & M. DIGES; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN TS LAW (5) 5 DES ETRANGERS DANS LA PRISON D'ALMERIA Victoria MACIAS Almería, Spain +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PA LAW Room: S7 FACE RECOGNITION AT THE INTERFACE OF PSYCHOLOGY, LAW AND CULTURE Roy S. MALPASS; UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO, USA TS LAW 2 Room: D-3 PSYCHOLOGY IN THE JURY COURTS TS LAW (2) 1 ATTRIBUTIONS OF CRIME AND NON-CONSENSUAL SEXUAL INTERCOURSE: ACQUAINTANCE RAPE Marilyn McMAHON & Ann KNOWLES; LA TROBE UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA TS LAW (2) 2 INFLUENCE D'UNE EXPERTISE PSYCHOLOGIQUE SUR LA DECISION DES JUGES DANS LES AFFAIRES TUTELAIRES Wach E. KOWAMETZ MALGORZATA ; INSTYTUT EKSPERTYZ SADOWYCH, POLAND TS LAW (2) 3 THE JURY TRIALS INTRODUCTION IN RUSSIA: ANALYSIS OF COMMUNICATION AND UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE PARTICIPANTS Olga V. SOLOVYOVA ; MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY, RUSSIA +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA LAW 1 Room: S7 INVESTIGATIVE PSYCHOLOGY: DETECTION AS A MODEL FOR APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY David V. CANTER; UNIVERSITY OF SURREY, United Kingdom +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 14:30 +----------------------------------+ TS LAW 3 Room: D-3 TESTIMONY TS LAW (3) 1 A COMPARISON OF THE EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS OF DEAF AND HEARING CHILDREN Stephen PORTER & J.C. YULLIE & A. BENT; THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA TS LAW (3) 2 TRACKING THE ELUSIVE ACCURACY-CONFIDENCE RELATIONSHIP: DISGUISED BUT NOT ABSENT J. Don READ ; UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE, PSYCHOLOGY, CANADA TS LAW (3) 3 MANAGING CONFESSION: NEGOTIATION OF A PREFERRED VERSION IN POLICE-SUSPECT INTERVIEWS Timothy AUBURN & Susan DRAKE & Carla WILLING; UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH, UNITED KINGDOM TS LAW (3) 4 MEMORY FOR EMOTIONAL SCENES Margaret M. BRADLEY & Peter J. Lang; UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, USA +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY LAW 6 Room: S7 EXPERT TESTIMONY ON INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR POLITICALLY-MOTIVATED VIOLENCE IN CROWDS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Jane GOODMAN-DELAHUNTY; Administrative Judge, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, USA & Pumla GOBODO-MADIKIZELA, University of Transkei, South Africa SY LAW (6) 1 ADMISSIBILITY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTIMONY IN ENGLAND, NORTHERN IRELAND, SOUTH AFRICA, AND THE UNITED STATES Andrew M. COLMAN; University of Leicester, UK SY LAW (6) 2 COLLECTIVE VIOLENCE: SOUTH AFRICAN CASES 1983-1992 Donald H. FOSTER; University of Cape Town, South Africa SY LAW (6) 3 EXPERT TESTIMONY ON CROWD VIOLENCE AND THE RESPONSES OF PSYCHOLOGISTS IN COURT Pumla GOBODO-MADIKIZELA; University of Transkei, South Africa SY LAW (6) 4 NEGATING SPECIFIC INTENT TO KILL IN THE 1992 LOS ANGELES RIOTS: THE CASE OF DAMIAN WILLIAMS Edi M.O. FAAL; University of Southern California Law Center, USA SY LAW (6) 5 GROUP CONTAGION AND THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTEXT OF THE REGINALD DENNY BEATING, LOS ANGELES 1992 Armando T. MORALES; University of California, Los Angeles, USA SY LAW (6) 6 ADVANCES IN BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE AT THE EXPENSE OF CRIMINAL LAW? UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF SOCIAL SCIENTIFIC FRAMEWORK TESTIMONY ON COLLECTIVE VIOLENCE Jane GOODMAN-DELAHUNTY; Administrative Judge, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Comission, USA Discussant(s): Herbert KELMMAN, Harvard University, USA TS LAW 4 Room: D-3 PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW: GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES I TS LAW (4) 1 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL MEANING OF FEAR OF CRIME Wolfgang BILSKY & Peter WETZELS; UNIVERSITY OF MUENSTER, GERMANY TS LAW (4) 2 DEVIATION DES MINEURS: SOLUTION? AUTENTICITE' DES HOMMES DE LOI Marina ROMANO ; A.I.O., ITALY TS LAW (4) 3 HOW STRESS IN LAWYERS DAMAGES THE LEGAL SYSTEM Amiram ELWORK ; WIDENER UNIVERSITY, USA TS LAW (4) 4 CRIME AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY: PERCEPTIONS OF THE PUBLIC, THE POLICE, AND PRISON OFFICERS Ann D. KNOWLES & Marilyn McMAHIN & Christine BARBUTO; SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, AUSTRALIA TS LAW (4) 5 LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE COGNITIVE/INTELLECTUAL ASSESSMENT OF OLDER ADULTS Martin ZEHR Research Medical Center, USA TS LAW (4) 6 IMPROVING DECISIONS ON THE LINKING OF CRIME Margaret A. WILSON ; UNIVERSITY OF SURREY, UK

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