Weyam Fahmy
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Assessing Truthfulness on the Witness Stand: Eradicating Deeply Rooted Pseudoscientific Beliefs about Credibility Assessment by Triers of Fact
B Snook, MI McCardle, W Fahmy, JC House
Canadian Criminal Law Review 22 (3), 297-306, 2017
92017
Seeking or controlling the truth? An examination of courtroom questioning practices by Canadian lawyers
CJ Lively, L Fallon, B Snook, W Fahmy
Psychology, Crime & Law 26 (4), 343-366, 2020
32020
Unveiling the truth: The effect of Muslim garments and face covering on the perceived credibility of a victim’s court testimony.
W Fahmy, B Snook, K Luther, MI McCardle
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 2019
22019
Assessing the Treatment of Confession Evidence in Court: The Confessions Rule and the Case of R. v. Oickle
L Fallon, W Fahmy, B Snook
Canadian Criminal Law Review 23 (3), 233-264, 2018
22018
Challenges of a “toolbox” approach to investigative interviewing: A critical analysis of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s (RCMP) Phased Interview Model.
B Snook, W Fahmy, L Fallon, CJ Lively, K Luther, CA Meissner, T Barron, ...
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 26 (3), 261, 2020
12020
A study on the power of stories to persuade suspects to confess
W Fahmy
Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2019
2019
Do Judges Ask Appropriate Questions for Seeking the Truth? A Field Study of Magistrate Questioning
CJ Lively, L Fallon, W Fahmy
The Quest for a Fair Trial: Revisiting the Effects of Muslim Garments and Face Covering on the Perception of Witness Credibility
KB Hollett, W Fahmy, B Snook
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