Truth lies and muddles: new ways to explore children’s understanding of truth and lies

Ruth Marchant, Kimberly Collins, Jeremy Prior

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Abstract

The English legal system requires child witnesses to differentiate between
truth and lies, and be advised of the importance of telling the truth. Current
guidance for interviewers suggests that children are offered examples and
asked to judge whether these are true or lies (Ministry of Justice 2011 para
3.19
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2013
EventInternational Investigative Interviewing Conference 2013 - Maastricht
Duration: 1 Jul 20131 Jul 2013

Conference

ConferenceInternational Investigative Interviewing Conference 2013
CityMaastricht
Period1/07/131/07/13

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