False-evidence ploys and interrogations: mock jurors' perceptions of false-evidence ploy type, deception, coercion, and justification.

@article{Forrest2012FalseevidencePA,
  title={False-evidence ploys and interrogations: mock jurors' perceptions of false-evidence ploy type, deception, coercion, and justification.},
  author={Krista D. Forrest and William Douglas Woody and Sara E Brady and Keller C Batterman and Bradley J Stastny and Jennifer A Bruns},
  journal={Behavioral sciences & the law},
  year={2012},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={342-64}
}
We studied mock jurors' evaluations of police false-evidence ploys across two false-evidence ploy information conditions (true or false confession). Study 1 participants evaluated lists of demeanor, testimonial, and scientific ploys and rated testimonial false-evidence ploys as more coercive than demeanor false-evidence ploys. Participants in the false… CONTINUE READING