Saul M. Kassin focuses on Social psychology, Interrogation, Legal psychology, Confession and Deception. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Punishment and Witness. He combines subjects such as Law enforcement, Criminology, Innocence and Value with his study of Interrogation.
His Legal psychology research includes elements of Suspect, Conviction and Social perception. His studies deal with areas such as Jury, Criminal Conviction, Coercion and Adjudication as well as Confession. In his research, Prison, Self-confidence and Detecting deception is intimately related to Response bias, which falls under the overarching field of Deception.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Interrogation, Confession, Criminology and Law. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Jury and Perception, Social perception. His Jury study which covers Witness that intersects with Credibility.
His Interrogation research integrates issues from Suspect, Interview, Deception and Innocence. His study looks at the relationship between Innocence and fields such as Criminal Conviction, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. In his work, Punishment is strongly intertwined with Adjudication, which is a subfield of Confession.
Saul M. Kassin mainly investigates Interrogation, Social psychology, Clinical psychology, Criminology and Forensic science. His studies in Interrogation integrate themes in fields like Criminal justice, Interview, Deception and Public relations. His study in Criminal justice is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Compliance and Coercion.
The concepts of his Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Police custody and Perception. His study in the fields of Self report questionnaire under the domain of Clinical psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Mental health assessment and Immune system. The study of Criminology is intertwined with the study of Popular culture in a number of ways.
His primary scientific interests are in Interrogation, Social psychology, Cognitive bias, Applied psychology and PsycINFO. The various areas that Saul M. Kassin examines in his Interrogation study include Compliance, Coercion, Deception and Criminal justice, Criminology. Saul M. Kassin combines subjects such as Confession, Credibility, Adversarial system and Relevance with his study of Deception.
His Social psychology research includes themes of Undue influence, Social cognition and Internet privacy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychological testing and Clinical psychology. His Applied psychology research integrates issues from Blindsight, Contextual information and Confirmation bias.
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Police-induced confessions: risk factors and recommendations.
Saul M. Kassin;Steven A. Drizin;Thomas Grisso;Gisli H. Gudjonsson.
Law and Human Behavior (2010)
The Psychology of Confessions A Review of the Literature and Issues
S M Kassin;Gisli Gudjonsson.
Psychological Science in the Public Interest (2004)
The Social Psychology of False Confessions: Compliance, Internalization, and Confabulation
Saul M. Kassin;Katherine L. Kiechel.
Psychological Science (1996)
On the Power of Confession Evidence: An Experimental Test of the Fundamental Difference Hypothesis
Saul M. Kassin;Katherine Neumann.
Law and Human Behavior (1997)
"He's guilty!": investigator bias in judgments of truth and deception.
Christian A. Meissner;Saul M. Kassin.
Law and Human Behavior (2002)
The forensic confirmation bias: Problems, perspectives, and proposed solutions.
Saul M. Kassin;Itiel E. Dror;Jeff Kukucka.
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition (2013)
On the Relationship Between Implicit and Explicit Modes in the Learning of a Complex Rule Structure
Arthur S. Reber;Saul M. Kassin;Selma Lewis;Gary Cantor.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning & Memory (1980)
On the psychology of confessions: does innocence put innocents at risk?
Saul M. Kassin.
American Psychologist (2005)
On the "general acceptance" of eyewitness testimony research. A new survey of the experts.
Saul M. Kassin;V. Anne Tubb;Harmon M. Hosch;Amina Memon.
American Psychologist (2001)
Police interviewing and interrogation: a self-report survey of police practices and beliefs.
Saul M. Kassin;Saul M. Kassin;Richard A. Leo;Christian A. Meissner;Kimberly D. Richman.
Law and Human Behavior (2007)
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