Misty C. Duke

Misty C. Duke
University of Texas at El Paso | UTEP · Department of Criminal Justice

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In 2016, the U.S. Congress mandated that federal intelligence interrogators adhere to the methods of the U.S. Army Field Manual FM 2–22.3 (AFM) and that the manual be revised based upon empirically based evaluations of the interrogation methods’ effectiveness with interviewees motivated to withhold information. In the present study, 120 participant...
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This article describes the development and psychometric properties of the Rapport Scales for Investigative Interviews and Interrogations, Interviewee Version (RS3i), a multidimensional self-report questionnaire intended to measure interviewees’ experience of rapport in forensic and intelligence interviews. Two studies are described. In Study 1, 80...
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In 1983 a mother suffering from serious mental illness alleged that Raymond Buckey, a teacher at the McMartin Preschool in Manhattan Beach, California, had molested her 2½-year-old son (Nathan & Snedeker, 2001). The accusations set off a highly publicized investigation and eventually led to the longest-running criminal trial in United States histor...
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Parties involved in a tort dispute may agree to a defendant's stipulation to liability in the matter and proceed with a jury trial when they are unable to agree about the amount of compensation for the plaintiff. Jurors in these trials only decide the amount of the damage award, not liability. As such, jurors only hear evidence pertaining to the pl...
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We comment on the meta-analysis by Mihura, Meyer, Dumitrascu, and Bombel (2013), which examined the validity of scores in Exner's Comprehensive System (CS) for the Rorschach. First, we agree there is compelling evidence that 4 categories of cognitive scores-the "Rorschach cognitive quartet"-are related to cognitive ability/impairment and thought di...

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