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Gudjonnsson et al false confession study summary

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These study summaries were created by myself and another teacher (thanks Karen for the original proforma!) to give to A2 students studying OCR. As we are using two textbooks and not necessarily the study listed in the textbook we decided to do these so that students could keep a summary in their folders and did not get confused when different studies were mentioned in the book.

Making a Case - Interviewing Suspects

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A PowerPoint that follows the OCR book and presents condensed information on the topics of interviewing suspects.  It uses the "USe a Pie, Go To Jail" handout as well as a handout on an article by Gisli Gudjonson from the Guardian.

Gudjonnson Guardian Interview (1992) False Confessions

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An article taken from the Guardian, looking at False Confessions.  Copied and pasted into Word from http://www.innocent.org.uk/misc/gudjonsson.html Useful to supplement the key study.

False confession- Gudjonnsson

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Ppt regarding Gudjonnsson's study on false confessions, accompaning the powerpoint I used the original study and a worksheet

OCR Crime: Gudjonsson (1998) Police Interviewing and Psychological Vulnerabilities

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An original paper from OCR's spec in "e.g." category. False confessions (e.g. Gudjonsson 1992) Not the ’92 classic (could not get that!) but clearly operationalised (160 interviews at 2 Met police stations) and clear conclusions.

OCR psychology - worksheet on cognition and turning to crime

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These two tasks are designed with the aim of getting students to engage with the research and to promote independent learning. The 3 studies are; Gudjonsson & Bownes (2002), Palmer & Hollin (1998) and Yochelson & Samenow  (1976) The video clips are currently on iplayer! Teacher notes included