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by Drake, Thomas M and Camilleri-Brennan, Julian and Tabiri, Stephen and Fergusson, Stuart J and Spence, Richard and Fitzgerald, J. Edward F and Bhangu, Aneel and Harrison, Ewen M and Ademuyiwa, Adesoji O and Fergusson, Stuart and Glasbey, James C and Khatri, Chetan and Mohan, Midhun and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Søreide, Kjetil and Gobin, Neel and Freitas, Ana Vega and Hall, Nigel and Kim, Sung-Hee and Negida, Ahmed and Jaffry, Zahra and Chapman, Stephen J and Arnaud, Alexis P and Recinos, Gustavo and Manipal, Cutting Edge and Amandito, Radhian and Shawki, Marwan and Hanrahan, Michael and Pata, Francesco and Zilinskas, Justas and Roslani, April Camilla and Goh, Cheng Chun and Irwin, Gareth and Shu, Sebastian and Luque, Laura and Shiwani, Hunain and Altamimi, Afnan and Alsaggaf, Mohammed Ubaid and Rayne, Sarah and Jeyakumar, Jenifa and Cengiz, Yucel and Raptis, Dmitri A and Fermani, Claudio and Balmaceda, Ruben and Modolo, Maria Marta and Macdermid, Ewan and Chenn, Roxanne and Yong, Cheryl Ou and Edye, Michael and Jarmin, Martin and D’amours, Scott K and Iyer, Dushyant and Youssef, Daniel and Phillips, Nicholas and Brown, Jason and George, Robert and Koh, Cherry and Warren, Oliver and Hanley, Isaac and Dickfos, Marilla and Nawara, Clemens and Öfner, Dietmar and Primavesi, Florian and Mitul, Ashrarur Rahman and Mahmud, Khalid and Hussain, Margub and Hakim, Hafiz and Kumar, Tapan and Oosterkamp, Antje and Assouto, Pamphile A and Lawani, Ismail and Souaibou, Yacoubou Imorou and Tun, Aung Kyaw and Chong, Chean Leung and Devadasar, Giridhar H and Qadir, Muhammad Rashid Minhas and Aung, Kyaw Phyo and Yeo, Lee Shi and Castillo, Vanessa Dina Palomino and Munhoz, Monique Moron and Moreira, Gisele and De Castro Segundo, Luiz Carlos Barros and Ferreira, Salim Anderson Khouri and Careta, Maíra Cassa and Kim, Stella Binna and De Sousa, Alexandre Venancio and Cury, Alyne Daltri Lazzarini and Miguel, Gustavo Peixoto Soares and De Freitas, Ana Vega Carreiro and Silvestre, Barbara Pereira and Vianna, Julia Guasti Pinto and Felipe, Carolina Oliveira and Laufer, Luis Alberto Valente and Altoe, Fernanda and Da Silva, Luana Ayres and Pimenta, Marina Luiza and Giuriato, Thiago Fernandes and Morais, Paulo Alves Bezerra and Luiz, Jessica Souza and Araujo, Rafael and ... and GlobalSurg Collaborative
Surgical Endoscopy, ISSN 0930-2794, 8/2018, Volume 32, Issue 8, pp. 3450 - 3466
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Journal of Interpersonal Violence, ISSN 0886-2605, 05/2019, p. 88626051984686
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Journal of Experimental Criminology, ISSN 1573-3750, 12/2018, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 529 - 538
People are hesitant to fully support reintegration efforts (e.g., opportunities to receive psychological counseling, career counseling, job training, housing... 
Criminology and Criminal Justice | Wrongful convictions | Criminology and Criminal Justice, general | Belief perseverance | Social Sciences, general | Stereotypes | Political Science | False arrests & convictions | Counseling psychology | Social integration | Criminology
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Law and Human Behavior, ISSN 0147-7307, 12/2018, Volume 42, Issue 6, pp. 497 - 506
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Journal of Experimental Criminology, ISSN 1573-3750, 12/2018, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 539 - 540
This correction provides minor changes to some of the statistical values presented in the original article. None of the changes alter interpretations of... 
Criminology and Criminal Justice | Social Sciences, general | Criminology and Criminal Justice, general | Political Science
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Journal of Experimental Criminology, ISSN 1573-3750, 12/2018, Volume 14, Issue 4, p. 539
This correction provides minor changes to some of the statistical values presented in the original article. None of the changes alter interpretations of... 
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Law and Human Behavior, ISSN 0147-7307, 02/2018, Volume 42, Issue 1, pp. 26 - 36
Most suspects waive the guaranteed protections that interrogation rights afford them against police intimidation. One factor thought to motivate suspects'... 
acquiescence bias | interrogation rights | phenomenology of innocence | PERSONALITY | SOCIAL DESIRABILITY | SUSPECTS | PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | LAW | DECEPTION | AGREEING RESPONSE SET | MIRANDA | ABILITY | CONFESSIONS | POLICE INTERROGATION | ACQUIESCENCE | Decision Making | Young Adult | Motivation | Humans | Civil Rights | Crime | Female | Male | Police
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by Ademuyiwa, Adesoji O and Arnaud, Alexis P and Drake, Thomas M and Fitzgerald, J. Edward F and Poenaru, Dan and Bhangu, Aneel and Harrison, Ewen M and Khatri, Chetan and Gobin, Neel and Freitas, Ana Vega and Hall, Nigel and Kim, Sung-Hee and Negeida, Ahmed and Khairy, Hosni and Jaffry, Zahra and Chapman, Stephen J and Tabiri, Stephen and Recinos, Gustavo and Mohan, Midhun and Amandito, Radhian and Shawki, Marwan and Hanrahan, Michael and Pata, Francesco and Zilinskas, Justas and Roslani, April Camilla and Goh, Cheng Chun and Irwin, Gareth and Shu, Sebastian and Luque, Laura and Shiwani, Hunain and Altamimi, Afnan and Alsaggaf, Mohammed Ubaid and Fergusson, Stuart and Spence, Richard and Rayne, Sarah and Jeyakumar, Jenifa and Cengiz, Yucel and Raptis, Dmitri A and Glasbey, James C and Fermani, Claudio and Balmaceda, Ruben and Modolo, Maria Marta and Macdermid, Ewan and Chenn, Roxanne and Yong, Cheryl Ou and Edye, Michael and Jarmin, Martin and D'amours, Scott K and Iyer, Dushyant and Youssef, Daniel and Phillips, Nicholas and Brown, Jason and Hanley, Isaac and Dickfos, Marilla and Mitul, Ashrarur Rahman and Mahmud, Khalid and Oosterkamp, Antje and Assouto, Pamphile A and Lawani, Ismail and Souaibou, Yacoubou Imorou and Devadasar, Giridhar H and Chong, Chean Leung and Qadir, Muhammad Rashid Minhas and Aung, Kyaw Phyo and Yeo, Lee Shi and Castillo, Vanessa Dina Palomino and Munhoz, Monique Moron and Moreira, Gisele and De Castro Segundo, Luiz Carlos Barros and Ferreira, Salim Anderson Khouri and Careta, Maíra Cassa and Araujo, Rafael and Menegussi, Juliana and Leal, Marisa and De Lima, Caio Vinícius Barroso and Tatagiba, Luiza Sarmento and Leal, Antônio and Nigo, Samuel and Kabba, Juana and Ngwa, Tagang Ebogo and Brown, James and King, Sebastian and Zani, Augusto and Azzie, Georges and Firdouse, Mohammed and Kushwaha, Sameer and Agarwal, Arnav and Bailey, Karen and Cameron, Brian and Livingston, Michael and Horobjowsky, Alexandre and Deckelbaum, Dan L and Razek, Tarek and Montes, Irene and Sierra, Sebastian and Mendez, Manuela and Villegas, Maria Isabel and Arango, Maria Clara Mendoza and Mendoza, Ivan and Aristizãibal, Fred Alexander Naranjo and ...
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Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, ISSN 1076-8971, 08/2018, Volume 24, Issue 3, pp. 341 - 352
Even in the fortunate instances of being exonerated of their wrongful convictions, exonerees often struggle to assimilate back into society. Although research... 
Exonerees | Wrongful convictions | Stigma | False confessions | CHILDRENS ATTITUDES | false confessions | stigma | LAW | BIAS | PUBLIC CONCEPTIONS | ILL | INTERROGATION | DISORDERS | exonerees | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | STEREOTYPES | HEALTH POLICY & SERVICES | wrongful convictions | MENTAL-ILLNESS | ATTRIBUTIONS
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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, ISSN 2332-2101, 06/2019, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp. 162 - 168
The new statistics, which include estimations of effect size and confidence intervals, are currently being emphasized as a complement to null hypothesis... 
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Journal of interpersonal violence, 05/2019, p. 886260519846863
Individuals often tend to irrationally blame victims for their plight. This research incorporated a bounded rationality framework to examine first-person... 
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Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, ISSN 1076-8971, 11/2018, Volume 24, Issue 4, pp. 430 - 448
Confessions represent one of the most influential types of evidence. and research has shown that mock jurors often fail to dismiss unreliable confession... 
Confession | Juror | Miranda rights | Interrogation | TESTIMONY SENSITIZE JURORS | LAW | juror | EXPERT TESTIMONY | INNOCENCE | FALSE-EVIDENCE PLOYS | PSYCHOLOGY | MECHANICAL TURK | JURY | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | confession | interrogation | BELIEFS | HEALTH POLICY & SERVICES | POLICE INTERROGATION
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JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CRIMINOLOGY, ISSN 1573-3750, 12/2018, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 529 - 538
ObjectivesPeople are hesitant to fully support reintegration efforts (e.g., opportunities to receive psychological counseling, career counseling, job training,... 
PREJUDICE | Wrongful convictions | Belief perseverance | DECISION-MAKING | Stereotypes | CRIMINOLOGY & PENOLOGY | Career development | Analysis | African Americans | Vocational guidance | Mediation | Psychiatric services | Occupational training | Set (Psychology)
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by Glasbey, James C and Adisa, Adewale O and Costas‐Chavarri, Ainhoa and Qureshi, Ahmad U and Allen‐Ingabire, Jean C and Salem, Hosni Khairy and Kojo, Anyomih Theophilus Teddy and Tabiri, Stephen and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Lilford, Richard J and Harrison, Ewen M and Pinkney, Thomas D and Smart, Neil and Bhangu, Aneel and Verjee, Azmina and Runigamugabo, Emmy and Glasbey, James and Bhangu, Aneel and Ademuyiwa, Adesoji O and Adisa, Adewale O and Aguilera, Maria Lorena and Altamini, Afnan and Alexander, Philip and Al‐Saqqa, Sara W and Borda‐Luque, Giuliano and Cornick, Jen and Costas‐Chavarri, Ainhoa and Drake, Thomas M and Fergusson, Stuart J and Fitzgerald, J Edward and Glasbey, James and Ingabire, J.C Allen and Ismaïl, Lawani and Jaffry, Zahra and Salem, Hosni Khairy and Khatri, Chetan and Kirby, Andrew and Kojo, Anyomih Theophilus Teddy and Lapitan, Marie Carmela and Lilford, Richard and Mihaljevic, Andre L and Mohan, Midhun and Morton, Dion and Mutabazi, Alphonse Zeta and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Ntirenganya, Faustin and Ots, Riinu and Pata, Francesco and Pinkney, Thomas and Poškus, Tomas and Qureshi, Ahmad Uzair and Medina, Antonio Ramos‐De and Rayne, Sarah and Recinos, Gustavo and Søreide, Kjetil and Shaw, Catherine A and Shu, Sebastian and Spence, Richard and Smart, Neil and Tabiri, Stephen and Lilford, Richard and Morton, Dion and Harrison, Ewen M and Bhangu, Aneel and Khatri, Chetan and Gobin, Neel and Freitas, Ana Vega and Hall, Nigel and Kim, Sung‐Hee and Negida, Ahmed and Khairy, Hosni and Jaffry, Zahra and Chapman, Stephen J and Arnaud, Alexis P and Tabiri, Stephen and Recinos, Gustavo and Manipal, Cutting Edge and Mohan, Midhun and Amandito, Radhian and Shawki, Marwan and Hanrahan, Michael and Pata, Francesco and Zilinskas, Justas and Roslani, April Camilla and Goh, Cheng Chun and Ademuyiwa, Adesoji O and Irwin, Gareth and Shu, Sebastian and Luque, Laura and Shiwani, Hunain and Altamimi, Afnan and Alsaggaf, Mohammed Ubaid and Fergusson, Stuart J and Spence, Richard and Rayne, Sarah and Jeyakumar, Jenifa and Cengiz, Yucel and Raptis, Dmitri A and Glasbey, James C and Modolo, Maria Marta and ... and GlobalSurg Collaborative and Protocol development and project steering and National leads (GlobalSurg‐2) and National leads