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Memories of separate occurrences of an event: Implications for interviewing children

journal contribution
posted on 01.11.1997, 00:00 authored by Martine Powell, Don ThomsonDon Thomson, P M Dietze
The authors review the empirical literature relating to factors that affect children's ability to remember specific occurrences of a repeated event and draw implications for professionals who conduct investigatory interviews with children. Issues addressed include the timing of the interview, the type of errors, the questioning techniques, the age of the child, the consistency of the child's account, and the impact of an intervening interview.

History

Journal

Families in society

Volume

78

Issue

6

Pagination

600 - 607

Publisher

Sage Publications

Location

London, Eng.

ISSN

1044-3894

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Copyright notice

[1997, Sage Publications]