Shanna Williams
Shanna Williams
Assistant Professor, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, McGill University
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The role of executive functions and theory of mind in children’s prosocial lie-telling
S Williams, K Moore, AM Crossman, V Talwar
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 141, 256-266, 2016
Young deceivers: Executive functioning and antisocial lie‐telling in preschool aged children
S Williams, K Leduc, A Crossman, V Talwar
Infant and Child Development 26 (1), e1956, 2017
Children's antisocial and prosocial lies to familiar and unfamiliar adults
SM Williams, M Kirmayer, T Simon, V Talwar
Infant and Child Development 22 (4), 430-438, 2013
The contributions of mental state understanding and executive functioning to preschool‐aged children's lie‐telling
K Leduc, S Williams, C Gomez‐Garibello, V Talwar
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 35 (2), 288-302, 2017
Adult detection of children's selfish and polite lies: Experience matters
V Talwar, A Crossman, S Williams, S Muir
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (12), 2837-2857, 2011
Children’s evaluations of tattles, confessions, prosocial and antisocial lies
V Talwar, SM Williams, SJ Renaud, C Arruda, C Saykaly
International Review of Pragmatics 8 (2), 334-352, 2016
Pants on fire? Detecting children's lies
V Talwar, AM Crossman, J Gulmi, SJ Renaud, S Williams
Applied Developmental Science 13 (3), 119-129, 2009
Understanding expert testimony on child sexual abuse denial after New Jersey v. J.L.G.: Ground truth, disclosure suspicion bias, and disclosure substantiation bias
TD Lyon, S Williams, SN Stolzenberg
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 38 (6), 630-647, 2020
Child Witnesses
T Lyon, K McWilliams, S Williams
Psychological Science and the Law, 2019
Is the truth in your words? Distinguishing children’s deceptive and truthful statements
SM Williams, V Talwar, RCL Lindsay, N Bala, K Lee
Journal of Criminology 2014 (1), 547519, 2014
Increasing maltreated and nonmaltreated children’s recall disclosures of a minor transgression: The effects of back-channel utterances, a promise to tell the truth, and a post …
K McWilliams, SN Stolzenberg, S Williams, T Lyon
Child Abuse & Neglect 116, 104073, 2021
The Utility of Direct Questions in Eliciting Subjective Content from Children Disclosing Sexual Abuse
SN Stolzenberg, S Williams, K McWilliams, C Liang, TD Lyon
Child Abuse & Neglect, 2019
Imprecision about body mechanics when child witnesses are questioned about sexual abuse
C Sullivan, SS George, SN Stolzenberg, S Williams, TD Lyon
Journal of Interpersonal violence 37 (13-14), NP12375-NP12397, 2022
Children's Concealment of a Minor Transgression: The Role of Age, Maltreatment, and Executive Functioning
S Williams, K McWilliams, TD Lyon
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2020
The Influence of an Older Sibling on Preschoolers’ Lie‐telling Behavior
PM Nagar, S Williams, V Talwar
Social Development, 2019
Don’t know responding in young maltreated children: The effects of wh-questions type and enhanced interview instructions.
K McWilliams, S Williams, SN Stolzenberg, AD Evans, TD Lyon
Law and human behavior 45 (2), 124, 2021
Multimodal interaction modeling of child forensic interviewing
V Ardulov, M Mendlen, M Kumar, N Anand, S Williams, T Lyon, ...
Proceedings of the 20th ACM International Conference on Multimodal …, 2018
Lawyers' experience questioning children in Canadian court
KC Bruer, S Williams, AD Evans
Child Abuse & Neglect 134, 105930, 2022
The Relation between Young Children's False Statements and Response Latency, Executive Functioning, and Truth-Lie Understanding
S Williams, E Ahern, TD Lyon
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 65 (1), 2019
Multi-Scale Context Adaptation for Improving Child Automatic Speech Recognition in Child-Adult Spoken Interactions.
M Kumar, D Bone, K McWilliams, S Williams, TD Lyon, SS Narayanan
INTERSPEECH, 2730-2734, 2017
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