Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Duff, K. J., & Peace, K. A. (2012). THINK Social Psychology (1st Cdn Ed.). Toronto, ON: Pearson.

Fawcett, J. M., Russell, E., Peace, K. A., & Christie, J. (2012, in press). Of guns and geese: A meta-analytic review of the ‘weapon focus’ literature. Psychology, Crime and Law.

Peace, K. A., Beaman, L. G., & Sneddon, K. (2000). Theoretical approaches to the study of deviance. In L. G. Beaman (Ed.), New perspectives on deviance (pp. 2-17). Scarborough, ON: Prentice Hall.

Peace, K. A., & Bouvier, K. A. M. (2008). Alexithymia, dissociation, and social desirability: Investigating individual differences in the narrative content of false allegations of trauma. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 47, 138-167.

Peace, K. A., Brower, K. L., & Shudra, R. D. (2012). Fact or fiction?: Discriminating true and false allegations of victimization. In A. N. Hutcherson (Ed.), Psychology of victimization (pp. 1-79). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Peace, K. A., & Forrester, D. L. (2012, in press). Gender, emotionality, and victim impact statements. Journal of Criminal Psychology.

Peace, K. A., & Masliuk, K. A. (2011). Do motivations for malingering matter? Symptoms of malingered PTSD as a function of motivation and trauma type.  Psychological Injury and Law, 4, 44-55.

Peace, K. A., & Porter, S. (2004). A longitudinal investigation of the reliability of memories for trauma and other emotional experiences. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 18, 1143-1159.

Peace, K. A., & Porter, S. (2011). Remembrance of lies past: A comparison of the features and consistency of truthful and fabricated trauma narratives. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, 414-423. 

Peace, K. A., Porter, S., & Almon, D. (2012, in press). Sidetracked by emotion: Observers’ ability to discriminate genuine and fabricated sexual assault allegations. Legal and Criminological Psychology.

Peace, K. A., Porter, S., & Cook, B. L. (2010). Investigating differences in truthful and fabricated symptoms of traumatic stress over time. Psychological Injury and Law, 3, 118-129.

Peace, K. A., & Porter, S., & ten Brinke, L. (2008). Are memories for sexually traumatic events “special”? A within-subjects investigation of trauma and memory in a clinical sample. Memory, 16, 10-21.

Peace, K. A., & Sinclair, S. M. (2012). Cold-blooded lie catchers? An investigation of psychopathy, emotional processing, and deception detection. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 17, 177-191.

Porter, S., McCabe, S., Woodworth, M., & Peace, K. A. (2007). “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration” … or is it? An investigation of the impact of motivation and feedback on deception detection. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 12, 297-309.

Porter, S., & Peace, K. A. (2003). An overview of the duty to warn for correctional psychologists.  In Forensic Psychology: Policy and Practice in Corrections. Correctional Service of Canada.

Porter, S., & Peace, K. A. (2007). The scars of memory: A prospective, longitudinal investigation of the consistency of traumatic and positive emotional memories in adulthood. Psychological Science, 18, 435-441.

Porter, S., Peace, K. A., Douglas, R. L., Doucette, N. L. (2012). Recovered memory evidence in the courtroom: Facts and fallacies. In D. Faust (Ed.), Coping with psychiatric and psychological testimony (6th ed.)(pp. 668-684). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Porter, S., Peace, K. A., & Emmett, K. (2007). You protest too much, methinks: Investigating the features of truthful and fabricated reports of traumatic experiences. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 39, 79-91.

Woodworth, M., Peace, K. A., O’Donnell, C., & Porter, S.  (2003). Forensic community programs: Recommendations for the management of NCRMD patients in the community.  Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 3, 1-22. 

Woodworth, M., Porter, S., ten Brinke, L., Doucette, N. L., Peace, K., & Campbell, M. A. (2009). A comparison of memory for homicide, non-homicidal violence, and positive life experiences. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 32, 329-334. 

 

Manuscripts in Progress (Submitted, Under Revision, or In Preparation):

Peace, K. A., Brower, K., & Rocchio, A. (2012, in prep). Truth may not be stranger than fiction: The influence of bizarre details and fantasy proneness on perceptions of eyewitness credibility. 

Peace, K. A., & Harder, J. (2012, in prep). Fragmentation or flashbacks?: Reconciling perspectives regarding the features and consistency of PTSD versus non-PTSD trauma narratives.

Peace, K. A., Kasper, R., & Forrester, D. (2012, in prep). Tall tales over time: Investigating the factual consistency of truthful and false allegations of trauma.

Peace, K. A., & Kuchinsky, M. (2012, in prep). Pin the tale on the liar: Investigating the utility of content-based and linguistic features in credibility determinations over time.

Peace, K. A., & Shudra, R. (2012, in prep). Are we in the dark about traumatic memory?: The influence of night vision goggles on memory for trauma stimuli. 

 Peace, K. A., & Wells, K. M. (2012, in prep). Beach parties and bleeding men: The misinformation effect as a function of emotional valence, psychopathy, and exposure duration.