A new scale of interrogative suggestibility

  title={A new scale of interrogative suggestibility},
  author={Gisli Gudjonsson},
  journal={Personality and Individual Differences},
  • G. Gudjonsson
  • Published 1984
  • Psychology
  • Personality and Individual Differences
The Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale (GSS): Further data on its reliability, validity, and metacognition correlates
In this article we present 2 studies in which the psychometric properties and validity of the Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale (GSS) were further investigated. Results of the first study (N = 40)
Individual differences and the suggestibility of human memory
The present study was conducted to identify individual difference measures that correlate with memory suggestibility. An adapted version of the Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale was used to measure
Measurement of responses to suggestions for relaxation by means of indirect and direct tests
First, some analytic characterizations of suggestibility as well as a brief summary of recent developments of tests and scales for suggestibility without hypnosis are provided. Following that
The Video Suggestibility Scale for Children: how generalizable is children's performance to other measures of suggestibility?
This study explored the generalizability of the Video Suggestibility Scale for Children (VSSC), which was developed by Scullin and colleagues as a tool for discriminating among children (aged three to five years) who have different levels of suggestibility.


Primary and secondary suggestibility; an experimental and statistical study.
The concept of 'suggestibility' is of obvious importance to social as well as to abnormal psychology; it has long been used as an explanatory concept in both these spheres and many schemes of such typological division have been worked out by Prideaux (25) and later writers.
The susceptibility of child witnesses to suggestion
This article deals with the reliability of child witnesses, in particular from the viewpoint that child witnesses should be treated with suspicion because their memories are very susceptible to
Interrogative Suggestibility: Comparison between ‘False Confessors’ and ‘Deniers’ in Criminal Trials
The Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale (GSS) was administered to two groups of criminal suspects, showing that the ‘deniers’ were significantly more resistant to both suggestive questions and interpersonal pressure than the ’false confessors’.
Psychological analysis of confession statements.
Eyewitness accounts of females and males.
In two experiments, college students looked at a series of slides depicting a wallet snatching (Experiment 1) or a fight (Experiment 2) and then took a multiple-choice test of accuracy for the
The relationship between intelligence and verbal and spatial memory.
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  • Psychology
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It was found that LM did relate more to verbal IQ than to spatial IQ and vice-versa for RO, and it was not clear exactly what aspect of cognitive functioning Digit Span was tapping.
Suggestibility, Intelligence, Memory Recall and Personality: An Experimental Study
A new suggestibility test was administered to 45 subjects who also completed the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale and the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, finding suggestibility was significantly related to low intelligence, poor memory recall, neuroticism and social desirability.