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Articles in this issue
Foreword: Hearsay testimony in trials involving child witnesses.
Ross, David F.; Warren, Amye R.; McGough, Lucy S.
Innovations for child witnesses: A national survey.
Goodman, Gail S.; Quas, Jodi A.; Bulkley, Josephine; Shapiro, Cheryl
Children, hearsay, and the courts: A perspective from the United Kingdom.
Westcott, Helen L.; Davies, Graham M.; Spencer, J. R.
Child hearsay statutes: At once over-inclusive and under-inclusive.
Child witnesses in the Canadian criminal courts: Recognizing their capacities and needs.
The reliability of hearsay testimony: How well do interviewers recall their interviews with children?
Warren, Amye R.; Woodall, Cara E.
From child to witness to jury: Effects of suggestion on the transmission and evaluation of hearsay.
Pathak, Maithilee K.; Thompson, William C.
Jurors' perceptions of hearsay in child sexual abuse cases.
Myers, John E. B.; Redlich, Allison D.; Goodman, Gail S.; Prizmich, Lori P.; Imwinkelried, Edward
The effect of hearsay witness age in a child sexual assault trial.
Golding, Jonathan M.; Alexander, Mary C.; Stewart, Terri L.
The impact of hearsay testimony on conviction rates in trials of child sexual abuse: Toward balancing the rights of defendants and child witnesses.
Ross, David F.; Lindsay, R. C. L.; Marsil, Dorothy F.
Empirical study of hearsay rules: Bridging the gap between psychology and law.
Thompson, William C.; Pathak, Maithilee K.
On the social psychology of hearsay evidence.
Hearing and believing hearsay.
McGough, Lucy S.