Lindsay C Malloy
Lindsay C Malloy
Associate Professor of Forensic Psychology, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Verified email at uoit.ca
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Filial dependency and recantation of child sexual abuse allegations
LC Malloy, TD Lyon, JA Quas
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 46 (2), 162-170, 2007
2542007
Coaching, truth induction, and young maltreated children’s false allegations and false denials
TD Lyon, LC Malloy, JA Quas, VA Talwar
Child development 79 (4), 914-929, 2008
1512008
Children's testimony: A handbook of psychological research and forensic practice
ME Lamb, DJ La Rooy, LC Malloy, C Katz
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
1402011
Developmental differences in the effects of repeated interviews and interviewer bias on young children's event memory and false reports.
JA Quas, LC Malloy, A Melinder, GS Goodman, M D'Mello, J Schaaf
Developmental Psychology 43 (4), 823, 2007
1142007
Expected consequences of disclosure revealed in investigative interviews with suspected victims of child sexual abuse
LC Malloy, SP Brubacher, ME Lamb
Applied Developmental Science 15 (1), 8-19, 2011
1082011
Interrogations, confessions, and guilty pleas among serious adolescent offenders.
LC Malloy, EP Shulman, E Cauffman
Law and human behavior 38 (2), 181, 2014
1002014
Verbal ability, self‐control, and close relationships with parents protect children against misleading suggestions
KA Clarke‐Stewart, LC Malloy, VD Allhusen
Applied Cognitive Psychology 18 (8), 1037-1058, 2004
902004
Do we need to rethink guidance on repeated interviews?
D La Rooy, C Katz, LC Malloy, ME Lamb
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 16 (4), 373, 2010
892010
Does enhanced rapport-building alter the dynamics of investigative interviews with suspected victims of intra-familial abuse?
I Hershkowitz, ME Lamb, C Katz, LC Malloy
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 30 (1), 6-14, 2015
862015
“Because she’s one who listens” children discuss disclosure recipients in forensic interviews
LC Malloy, SP Brubacher, ME Lamb
Child maltreatment 18 (4), 245-251, 2013
852013
Non-verbal behavior of children who disclose or do not disclose child abuse in investigative interviews
C Katz, I Hershkowitz, LC Malloy, ME Lamb, A Atabaki, S Spindler
Child Abuse & Neglect 36 (1), 12-20, 2012
632012
Children's suggestibility: Areas of consensus and controversy.
LC Malloy, JA Quas
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2009
612009
Caregiver support and child sexual abuse: Why does it matter?
LC Malloy, TD Lyon
Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 15 (4), 97-103, 2006
592006
Children’s reasoning about disclosing adult transgressions: Effects of maltreatment, child age, and adult identity
TD Lyon, EC Ahern, LC Malloy, JA Quas
Child development 81 (6), 1714-1728, 2010
512010
Children and the law
ME Lamb, LC Malloy, I Hershkowitz, D La Rooy
Handbook of child psychology and developmental science, 1-49, 2015
482015
Developmentally sensitive interviewing for legal purposes
LC Malloy, DJ La Rooy, ME Lamb, C Katz
ME, Lamb, DJ, La Rooy, LC, Malloy, C. Katz,(Eds.), Children's testimony: A …, 2011
312011
Setting realistic expectations: Developmental characteristics, capacities and limitations
ME Lamb, LC Malloy, DJ La Rooy
Children's testimony: A handbook of psychological research and forensic …, 2011
312011
How do interviewers and children discuss individual occurrences of alleged repeated abuse in forensic interviews?
SP Brubacher, LC Malloy, ME Lamb, KP Roberts
Applied cognitive psychology 27 (4), 443-450, 2013
272013
Children and the law: Examples of applied developmental psychology in action.
LC Malloy, ME Lamb, C Katz
Psychology Press, 2011
272011
Biases in judging victims and suspects whose statements are inconsistent
LC Malloy, ME Lamb
Law and human behavior 34 (1), 46-48, 2010
272010
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