White paper on forensic child interviewing: research-based recommendations by the European Association of Psychology and Law

Julia Korkman*, Henry Otgaar, Linda Geven, Ray Bull, Mireille Cyr, Irit Hershkowitz, Juha-Matti Makela, Michelle Mattison, Rebecca Milne, Pekka Olavi Santilla, Peter van Koppen, Amina Memon, Meaghan Danby, L Filipovic, F Garcia, E Gewehr, Liisa Jarvilehto, Kristjan Kask, A Korner, E LaceyJennifer Lavoie, Mikaela Magnusson, Quincy-Claire Miller, Tom Pakkanen, C. E. Peixoto, Christina Perez, Francesco Pompedda, I-An Su, Nael Sumampouw, Celine Van Golde, Genevieve Waterhouse, Angelo Zappala, Renate Volbert

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The recommendations of this white paper are jointly drafted by researchers in child interviewing active within the European Association of Psychology and Law and are focused on cases in which children are interviewed in forensic settings, in particular within investigations of child sexual and/or physical abuse. One particular purpose of the white paper is to assist the growing Barnahus movement in Europe to develop investigative practise that is science-based.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPsychology, Crime & Law
Publication statusAccepted for publication - 8 Jan 2024

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