The diagnosticity, true confessions by the rate of false confessions, iting them from directly promising leniency by using, minimization techniques, which are legal, cause sus-, pects to infer promises of leniency, and exert similar, pressures to confess as the illegal promises (Kassin, wrongful conviction of innocent people. mation in the interrogation room: On the dangers of presuming guilt. Under those circumstances, the sus-, pect is brought to the witness, or the witness is brought to. Psychological perspectives on the peremptory challenge debate. It is not surprising to hear people say about many psy-, chological findings that, “of course, we knew this all along.”. Although some criticize these methods. taken identifications of innocent suspects. Some data from one county. The researchers, instructed half of the investigators that 80% of the suspects, in the study were guilty and the other half of the instruc-, tors that 20% of the suspects were innocent. Any information of this. V, Better, more optimal viewing conditions produced higher, confidence accuracy correlations than did less optimal, to witness accuracy is that witness confidence appears, when confidence data are collected immediately after the, identification than when witnesses have the opportunity, to receive information that confirms or disconfirms their, identification. Generally, an investigator will choose to conduct a showup, when a suspect is found quickly near the area where the, crime was committed. With minimization tactics, investiga-, tors provide suspects with a variety of justifications or, excuses for their involvement in the criminal act of which, without explicit promises of leniency, the use of minimi-, zation tactics in interrogations leads people to believe that, leniency in sentencing is forthcoming if a confession is, proffered. perspective of human nature, in order to explain why the death penalty may not be the best practical issues in the construction and expert assessment of photo lineups. remedies and judicial knowledge. First, evidence has to. Are the identifications of witnesses who provide, complete descriptions of the perpetrator, a large number of, accurate details, a small number of inaccurate details, or, descriptions that are congruent with the identified suspect, any more accurate than the identifications provided by wit-, approached tellers to deposit blatantly altered money, tellers refused to cash the money orders, the experi-, menter became quite angry and departed. In particular, we explored the effect of forensic context and eventual presence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder under the assumption that these factors May enhance the levels of immediate and delayed suggestibility as measured by GSS2 (Gudjonsson, 1997). present in the lineup. In, reasons can be a pretext for conscious or unconscious rac-, (i.e., in capital cases), special jury selection procedures are, death penalty would interfere with their ability to consider, the evidence impartially and to follow the law (, case has two phases: a guilt phase in which evidence of, sented and the jury determines whether the defendant is, guilty of the crimes as charged, and a penalty phase that. Jurors may, not serve in either phase of a capital trial if their attitudes, toward the death penalty would render them incapable of, fairly evaluate the evidence supporting the defendant, guilt knowing that a conviction could result in the death, jurors are evaluated for their fitness to serve in a capital, ent demographic and attitudinal characteristics than a jury, Democrats, and the poor were significantly more likely to. Thus, it appears that traditional attor-. W, are more punitive toward child sexual abuse defendants, Goodman, 1994; Kovera, Gresham, Borgida, Gray, gender bias generalizes to other types of cases in which women, are more likely to be the complainants than are men, such as rape. City University of New York - John Jay College of Criminal Justice. What about forensic psychology? However, approach has several limitations, including an inability to, draw strong causal conclusions about PTP effects because, certain types of people may seek PTP exposure, which cre-, ates selection confounds. who fail to conform to authority or convention (Adorno, measure of authoritarianism was developed in the con-, text of research on prejudice (Adorno et al., 1950), but, others have constructed measures of authoritarianism, that are specific to the legal system, including the Legal, Attitudes Questionnaire (LAQ; Boehm, 1968) and the, authoritarianism and verdict confirmed that jurors who, are high in authoritarianism are more likely to convict, defendants than jurors who are low in authoritarianism, stronger when authoritarianism was measured using a, scale specifically created to measure legal authoritarian-, ism (Narby et al., 1993). Rather than providing observers with skills that would, aid deception detection, the training caused observers to, from chance, but they were more confident in the accuracy, of their judgments than were the untrained college stu-, dents, suggesting that interrogators may have a bias toward, presuming deceptiveness in suspects (Meissner, 2002). nesses who are about to view a lineup or photo spread, have the potential to influence the likelihood that a wit-, ness will make a choice from the lineup (i.e., make a pos-, itive identification). In R. Roesch, S. D. Hart, Psychology and law: The state of the discipline, prehension in adults with mental retardation and the effects of feedback, (2004). not be concerned about the external validity of findings, obtained using experimentally manipulated PTP expo-, sure, other study characteristics may moderate the effect, PTP literature (Steblay et al., 1999) found that survey, studies, which typically test the effects of PTP on pretrial, judgments rather than on judgments made after consider-, ing trial evidence, produced larger PTP effects than did, experimental studies, which almost always include the, presentation of trial evidence (for an example of an experi-, mental study that did not contain the presentation of trial, ture, survey and experimental studies typically differ not, only in terms of the research design but also in terms of the, participant sample, with survey studies generally sampling, from community members and experimental studies using, a college student sample. "Our work is really about showing how psychology can be used to help courts and juries make more educated decisions about criminal offenders and civil litigants," says DeMatteo, who also directs the JD/PhD Program in Law and Psychology at Drexel University, and has a forensic psychology private practice in Philadelphia. If participants signed a confession written by the, experimenter, they were deemed compliant. The primary impetus for this shift was the Supreme Court, which addressed the legal debate over the rules govern-, ing the admissibility of scientific evidence, admissibility of scientific evidence. surrender those protections voluntarily (Kassin, 2005). In E. Borgida and S. T, (1997). Structuring the debate about research ethics in the psychology and law field: an international perspective. ulation of PTP exposure followed by a trial simulation, allowing for random assignment of participants to level, of PTP exposure, removing the potential for selection, confounds present in the field studies of PTP, general paradigm, researchers may also test the effects of, other variables (e.g., type of prejudicial information, time, between PTP exposure and trial, judicial instructions) by, manipulating them. Attitudes toward tort reform predict ver-, dict inclinations, with jurors favoring reform more likely. unless DNA evidence confirms the identification. Among these, rights is the Fifth Amendment right to freedom from coer-, investigators must warn suspects of these rights (e.g., the, right to remain silent, the right to an attorney). For years, the relationship between, stress and memory accuracy was hypothesized to pro-, would not cause the witness to orient toward the relevant, features of the crime, including the perpetrator. Given the available data, increased skepticism of, scientific expert evidence may be the most reasonable, expectation to hold for judicial instructions on the standard, guard, two conditions must be met. but that more subtle biases are unlikely to be detected. Not only did this, new scale, which they named the Pretrial Juror Attitude, Questionnaire (PJAQ), significantly predict verdicts in, five of the six trial summaries that mock jurors read, it also, showed incremental validity in that it predicted verdicts, suggest a general tendency for a juror to evaluate evidence, assess general tendencies toward supporting crime control, versus due process issues. of variables in addition to estimator and system variables. As a historical matter, confession has played a prominent role in religion, in psychotherapy, and in criminal law-where it is a prosecutor's most potent weapon. The relationship between psychology and law As Wells (2002) suggested the criminal justice system would do well to acknowledge the psychologists involved in investigating eyewitness testimony; as they can do for the justice system what the justice system cannot, namely conduct scientific experiments that isolate cause-effect relationships. Although, innocent participants mentioned this concern as well, they, were more likely to report that they waived their rights pre-, cisely because they were innocent and had nothing to hide, believed that others who watched their denials of guilt, would accurately judge whether they are guilty or innocent. attempted to identify their interrogators from photo arrays. This type of, reciprocal influence is surely a hallmark of interdisciplinary, in this chapter suggests, substantive applications of social, psychology to various legal contexts, more so than theory, development per se, characterize the relationship between. Although people do not attribute more positive, qualities to men than they do to women (Eagly, 1989), the qualities they ascribe have implications for eval-, uations of women in the workplace. from a positive identification by an eyewitness, a confes-, sion from the suspect, or some other form of evidence, the, suspect will be charged with the crime, brought before a. grand jury, and potentially indicted and brought to trial. Half of the attorneys who did cite one of these, flaws did so when the flaw was not present, suggesting, that attorneys might well provide incorrect information to, judges who are already struggling to evaluate the scientific, evidence without the proper skills and abilities that would, dence. jury selection folklore and scientific jury selection: What works? Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 3, Can we recognize false confessions and does the presentation for-, Evaluating videotaped confessions: Expertise provides no defense. view of the perpetrator, paid more attention to the video, had a better basis for their identification, made their, identification more easily, were more willing to testify, and had a better image of the perpetrator. Some theoretical and practical implications of these findings were discussed. method of presentation is known as a sequential lineup. racy confirmed these findings (Steblay, Dysart, Fulero, tive identifications) from showups than from lineups and, photo spreads. Specifically, use to test whether a juror held legal authoritarian atti-, tudes or civil libertarian attitudes, or to determine which. First, suspects must understand the, understand the intended protections provided by, including that the assistance of counsel will protect them, from the adversarial nature of an interrogation. A complementary instruction to the standard mock witness paradigm, Paper presented at the American Psychology. At the same time, many insights from psychologi-, cal science, including theory and research in social psy-, chology, challenge the intuitive understandings that people, hold about a wide range of behavioral domains. The third process involves minimization, in which the inter-, rogator provides suspects with justifications for why they, may have committed the crime, implies that suspects will be, treated more leniently if they confess, and that confession is, the only behavior that will result in the suspect being released, interrogation practices suggested that the use of high, pressure techniques may be relatively uncommon (Kassin, et al., 2007). Then the empirical basis of the concept of IRI in the United States is established through a series of studies. Previous studies have shown that individuals were more likely to endorse the guilty verdict when the prosecution evidence was presented in a temporal order (story condition) than when the same evidence was presented in a nontemporal order (witness condition). The strength of the method lies in its use, of real potential jurors and exposure to PTP in natural set-, tings that allow people to pay as much or as little atten-, tion to the PTP as they would in real cases. T, this possibility, researchers have been actively investigat-, ing the ability of legal decision makers to evaluate scientific, (Lehman et al., 1988), but through their experience on, the bench evaluating expert evidence or through continu-, ing legal or judicial education, judges may have been, exposed to scientific principles often enough that they, have developed an ability to differentiate between flawed, and valid expert evidence. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 33. of camera point of view on judgments of coercion. Extensive research has, established a reliable scientific relationship between gender, that influence attitudes and behavior. what is now known as scientific jury selection when they, used empirical methods to assist a team of attorneys defend, with conspiracy to kidnap then Secretary of State Henry, Kissinger. ity of specific attitudes after the presentation of evidence, results are more mixed. Some legal practitioners and scholars, have criticized research showing PTP effects by arguing, that all of the survey studies and most of the experimen-, tal studies fail to contain opportunities for jurors to delib-, admonish other jurors who mention prejudicial informa-, could have. In the later half of the 1990s, the focus of research, on expert testimony shifted from whether expert testi-. Research has, identified various circumstances that foster discrimina-, tion. The interrogator may make this, determination of suspect guilt on the basis of whether the, suspect fits a particular profile (e.g., an unfaithful husband, whether the suspect displays behavioral cues that the Reid. Some studies of expo-, sure duration have been conducted using traditional facial, recognition paradigms in which participants are shown, a large number of faces for varying amounts of time and, then view a new set of faces, some of which they have seen, before and some of which they have not. just world, forensic psychology, theory of aggression, and the other notions of behavioral science Surveys and archival studies, suggest that judges are not engaging in high, entific reasoning when making admissibility decisions, not the content of their testimony when evaluating expert, Another survey of judges revealed that only a small. also manipulated the general acceptance of the research; in one set of conditions, the relevant scientific commu-, another set, the research had just been completed, which, did not allow time for the findings to become generally, accepted. external validity of eyewitness identification research: Generalizing. trator, but participants remembered fewer details about the, perpetrator when he held an unusual object than a common, one. jurors evaluate defendants and the evidence against them? State and federal, courts are increasingly accepting of research presented in, context and to educate fact finders (Monahan, W, Mitchell, 2008); however, some scholars have called for, social framework testimony to be limited to testimony that, educates fact finders about general causation but not spe-, cific causation issues (Monahan et al., 2008). Through community surveys, they identified, demographic and attitudinal characteristics that correlated, The scientists used the results of these surveys to develop, profiles of favorable jurors, and the defense team relied on. Of the remedies available, a. change of venue has the most empirical support. Results showed no evidence of knowledge gains, but subjects exposed to a description of the policy objectives of a ballot measure showed significant increases in voting confidence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, evaluation anxiety, and expectancy effects on juror honesty during. In M. P, Advances in experimental social psychology. Both laypeople and scholars expect that liars, will experience guilt while lying and that truth, not experience guilt, that guilt will engender nervousness, and discomfort in the liar, and that this nervousness and, discomfort will manifest itself in behavior (DePaulo, Morris, 2004). guilt presumption by behaving anxiously and defensively. development, attorney contact, and psychological symptoms. (2004). In contrast, jurors are just as likely to, vote guilty when a confession was elicited through promises, of leniency than when no promises were made, even though, they do acknowledge that the voluntariness of the confes-, effect persists in the face of jury deliberation (Kassin, Wrightsman, 1985) and judicial instructions to disregard, Thus, even when jurors acknowledge that a confession is, involuntary (e.g., a police officer waved a gun in a threat-, ening way during an aggressive interrogation) and claim, that the confession did not influence their decisions, they, are more likely to render guilty verdicts than are jurors who, are not exposed to the involuntary confession (Kassin, in eliciting a confession is exacerbated if they view a vid-, eotape of the confession that focuses solely on the suspect, 1992). The empirical cumulativeness of research. have been extensively studied over the past 50 years, type of evidence that has received considerable research, attention recently is scientific evidence presented by, experts. In, another mock crime simulation, some participants stole, headphones from a separate location. psychology and law were not established until the early part of the twenti-eth century. Groopman, 2007), they generally have the superior, knowledge of the science that is relevant to diagnosing a, a complicated world where casual ad hoc explanations are, more plentiful than correct conclusions. late decisions about the admissibility of expert evidence, judges do not write about specific features of reliability. Under what circum-, stances will general social science findings help courts and, allow experts to give, and how should experts proffer these, opinions? examination of the use of expert witnesses in the courts, Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science and T, toward the insanity defense: Developing, refining, and validating a, Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 25. the reality and the generality of the behavioral confirmation scenario. List of issues Latest articles Partial Access; Volume 27 2021 Volume 26 2020 Volume 25 2019 Volume 24 2018 Volume 23 2017 Volume 22 2016 Volume 21 2015 Volume 20 2014 Volume 19 … Courts have upheld, the use of showup when they are conducted within 30 min-, utes of the crime, arguing that the short retention interval, contributes to greater witness accuracy and that waiting for, the construction of a lineup would eliminate this advantage, Moreover, because a showup can be thought of as the first, witnesses are less likely to make false identifications from, sequential lineups would support a hypothesis that showups, are less likely to produce false identifications than simulta-, ups? First, equating identifications of, the suspect with correct identifications is unwise because, in the field, the accuracy of an identification is unknown. In recent years, psychologists from the clinical, personality, developmental, cognitive, and social areas have brought their theories and research methods to bear on an analysis of confession evidence, how it is obtained, and what impact it has on judges, juries, and other people. decisions: An examination of moderators and mediating mechanisms. Modern scientific evidence: The law and science of expert testimony. Delay reduced the effects of factual PTP but did not reduce. Although most of the studies of PTP, have been conducted in the context of criminal cases, PTP, also affects judgments in civil trials, with PTP exposure, increasing the probability that jurors found the defendant. Negative effects of media exposure are seen even, when jurors are exposed to media that is not specific to the, related to a case but does not include prejudicial informa-, tion about the defendant in the specific case, the likelihood that jurors will convict the defendant (Greene, are generally robust. These assumptions clearly rest on the ability of judges and, jurors to recognize invalid science but also on the abilities, of attorneys because it is attorneys who will file motions. Third, sus-, pects must have the ability to think reasonably about the, consequences that will arise from waiving or preserving, 2005), with children under age 14, those experiencing psy-, chiatric symptoms, and suspects who are mentally retarded, being less likely to show competence in these areas than, older children, adults, and those of normal intelligence and, with no psychiatric symptoms. Because witnesses made fewer choices, from showups, they were also more likely to reject cor-, or photospread. The field of psychology and law involves the application of scientific and professional aspects of psychology to questions and issues relating to law and the legal system. Of these variables, identifi-, confidence with which witnesses make their identification, of a lineup member when evaluating whether the identifi-, cation resulting from suggestive lineup procedures is reli-, able despite the circumstances under which it was obtained, consider witness confidence when evaluating the weight, to give eyewitness identification evidence when arriving, ness confidence deserve the status given to it by these legal, decisions? All in all, multiple, replications have confirmed many findings in social psy-, chology in particular and the social sciences in general, and. Jurors are more likely to consider situational factors, in their inferences of voluntariness and their verdicts when, they watch a videotaped confession that contains both the, interrogator and the suspect in the scene (Lassiter, Even experienced legal professionals and law enforcement. licity: Predecisional distortion of evidence by mock jurors. removed from service. Investigator knowledge and its effects on eyewitness confidence and, Investigating true and false confessions within a novel experimental. People have even falsely confessed to committing, extremely horrific crimes, including five boys who falsely, confessed to raping and brutally beating a jogger in Central. In addition, of verdicts in a specific case, litigation consultants may, rely on the research that has identified demographic, per-, sonality, and attitudinal correlates of verdicts when devel-, dict is desirable given that some states (e.g., California), and jurisdictions (e.g., federal court) severely limit the, attorneys are often left with little information other than, demographic characteristics on which to base their deci-, sions about which jurors to challenge. If pretrial media coverage of, a case is extensive, the defense can move to delay the start, of the trial with the hope that media coverage will dissi-, may decrease if a trial date is moved to a future date, it. dict damage awards in a civil case (Goodman, Loftus, Greene, 1990). We investigated the bias accentuation effect of group decision-making. tem confidence, cynicism toward the defense, racial bias, social justice, and innate criminality. officers who were biased toward inferring guilt (Kassin, false confessions cases in which defendants proceeded to. According to social cognitive theory, individuals' cognition of and behavior toward others, including communicative behavior, are influenced by processes and structures in their minds, such as heuristics and schemata (Fiske, 1993;Kunda, 1999). Because of concerns about the sug-, gestiveness of showups, police officers may only con-, duct showups soon after the crime was committed when, their use will shorten the time between the witnessed, event and the identification procedure and consequently, involve the presentation of a suspect and some number, ness. act not committed: The influence of age and suggestibility. The current chapter describes two studies that assessed some of those sentiments by examining how mock jurors perceive child sexual abuse perpetrators based on the relationship between the perpetrator and child. In laboratory and, field experiments, shorter retention intervals are related to, more accurate identifications (Cutler, Penrod, O, of actual crimes confirm that witnesses identified fewer, suspects as the length of time between the crime and the, identification procedure increased (Behrman, and retention interval on eyewitness accuracy (Shapiro, Penrod, 1986). 2004) of the juries returned guilty verdicts. Research on explicit, and implicit gender prejudice represents an example of sci-, entific research that has been presented to legal fact finders, gender stereotyping shows that the content of stereotypes of, men and women differs reliably: women are seen as com-, munal, and men are seen as agentic (Diekman, 2000). What, variables do influence these judgments? Those who have no previous history, with the criminal justice system (i.e., no police record) are, more likely to waive their rights than are suspects who, have criminal justice histories (Leo, 1996b). All rights reserved. However, if a continuance does decrease trial coverage, immediately before the trial, what effects, if any, exposure have on juror judgments when there is a delay. 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