Joseph Eastwood
Joseph Eastwood
Associate Professor, Forensic Psychology, Ontario Tech University
Verified email at uoit.ca
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Taking stock of criminal profiling: A narrative review and meta-analysis
B Snook, J Eastwood, P Gendreau, C Goggin, RM Cullen
Criminal justice and behavior 34 (4), 437-453, 2007
1382007
Reforming investigative interviewing in Canada
B Snook, J Eastwood, M Stinson, J Tedeschini, JC House
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 52 (2), 215-229, 2010
962010
What people want from their professionals: Attitudes toward decision‐making strategies
J Eastwood, B Snook, K Luther
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 25 (5), 458-468, 2012
532012
Comprehending Canadian police cautions: Are the rights to silence and legal counsel understandable?
J Eastwood, B Snook
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 28 (3), 366-377, 2010
402010
The next stage in the evolution of interrogations: The PEACE model
B Snook, J Eastwood, WT Barron
Canadian Criminal Law Review 18 (2), 219, 2014
382014
The effect of listenability factors on the comprehension of police cautions.
J Eastwood, B Snook
Law and human behavior 36 (3), 177, 2012
352012
Measuring reading complexity and listening comprehension of Canadian police cautions
J Eastwood, B Snook, SJ Chaulk
Criminal Justice and Behavior 37 (4), 453-471, 2010
312010
A Descriptive Analysis of How Canadian Police Officers Administer the Right-to-Silence and Right-to-Legal-Counsel Cautions
B Snook, J Eastwood, S MacDonald
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 52 (5), 545-560, 2010
242010
Advancing legal literacy: The effect of listenability on the comprehension of interrogation rights
B Snook, K Luther, J Eastwood, R Collins, S Evans
Legal and Criminological Psychology 21 (1), 174-188, 2016
222016
Police Witness Interview Training, Supervision, and Feedback: A Survey of Canadian Police Officers
B Snook, JC House, S MacDonald, J Eastwood
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 54 (3), 363-372, 2012
212012
Educating jurors about forensic evidence: Using an expert witness and judicial instructions to mitigate the impact of invalid forensic science testimony
J Eastwood, J Caldwell
Journal of forensic sciences 60 (6), 1523-1528, 2015
202015
Measuring and predicting police caution comprehension in adult offenders
SJ Chaulk, J Eastwood, B Snook
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 56 (3), 323-340, 2014
202014
Measuring the reading complexity and oral comprehension of Canadian youth waiver forms
J Eastwood, B Snook, K Luther
Crime & Delinquency 61 (6), 798-828, 2015
162015
A review of the validity of criminal profiling
J Eastwood, RM Cullen, J Kavanagh, B Snook
The Canadian Journal of Police & Security Services 4 (2/3), 118-124, 2006
162006
Safeguarding youth interrogation rights: The effect of grade level and reading complexity of youth waiver forms on the comprehension of legal rights
S Freedman, J Eastwood, B Snook, K Luther
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (3), 427-431, 2014
142014
Safety in numbers: A policy‐capturing study of the alibi assessment process
J Eastwood, B Snook, D Au
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (2), 260-269, 2016
122016
Publication and research trends in police psychology: A review of five forensic psychology journals
B Snook, B Doan, RM Cullen, JM Kavanagh, J Eastwood
Journal of police and criminal psychology 24 (1), 45-50, 2009
122009
Feedback, sport-confidence and performance of lacrosse skills
A Gagnon-Dolbec, SJ McKelvie, J Eastwood
Current Psychology 38 (6), 1622-1633, 2019
102019
Engineering comprehensible youth interrogation rights
J Eastwood, B Snook, K Luther, S Freedman
New Criminal Law Review 19 (1), 42-62, 2016
92016
The importance of knowledge cumulation and the search for hidden agendas: A reply to Kocsis, Middledorp, and Karpin (2008)
B Snook, J Eastwood, P Gendreau, C Bennell
Taylor & Francis Group 10 (3), 214-223, 2010
92010
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