Kirk Luther
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Let’em talk! A field study of police questioning practices of suspects and accused persons
B Snook, K Luther, H Quinlan, R Milne
Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (10), 1328-1339, 2012
782012
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
582012
The violent crime linkage analysis system a test of interrater reliability
B Snook, K Luther, JC House, C Bennell, PJ Taylor
Criminal justice and behavior 39 (5), 607-619, 2012
422012
Child interviewing practices in Canada: A box score from field observations
K Luther, B Snook, T Barron, ME Lamb
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 30 (3), 204-212, 2015
252015
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
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
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
Exploring the use of rapport in professional information‐gathering contexts by systematically mapping the evidence base
F Gabbert, L Hope, K Luther, G Wright, M Ng, G Oxburgh
Applied Cognitive Psychology 35 (2), 329-341, 2021
102021
Engineering comprehensible youth interrogation rights
J Eastwood, B Snook, K Luther, S Freedman
New Criminal Law Review 19 (1), 42-62, 2016
92016
Missed medical appointments during shifts to and from daylight saving time
DA Ellis, K Luther, R Jenkins
Chronobiology international 35 (4), 584-588, 2018
52018
Interviewing suspects in Canada
B Snook, K Luther, T Barron
International developments and practices in investigative interviewing and …, 2017
52017
Do not lie to me, or else: The effect of a turncoat warning and rapport building on perceptions of police interviewers
S MacDonald, Z Keeping, B Snook, K Luther
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 32 (3), 263-277, 2017
52017
Putting the Mr. Big technique back on trial: a re-examination of probative value and abuse of process through a scientific lens
K Luther, B Snook
Journal of Forensic Practice, 2016
52016
On the need to ensure better comprehension of interrogation rights
J Eastwood, B Snook, K Luther
Canadian Criminal Law Review 18 (2), 171, 2014
52014
Securing the admissibility of witness statements: estimating the complexity and comprehension of Canadian “KGB warnings”
K Luther, B Snook, S MacDonald, T Barron
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 30 (3), 166-175, 2015
42015
Linking crimes with spatial behavior: A need to tackle some remaining methodological concerns
B Snook, K Luther, S Macdonald
Taylor and Francis, 2014
42014
What you should want from your professional: The impact of educational information on people’s attitudes toward simple actuarial tools.
J Eastwood, K Luther
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 47 (6), 402, 2016
32016
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
22020
Examining the administration of youth interrogation rights: a field study of Canadian police practices
MI McCardle, K Luther, B Snook
Youth Justice, 1473225420902841, 2020
22020
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
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