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Tim Moore

 Rosen, G., Glasgow, R. & Moore, T. E. (2003). Self-help or hype? The science and business of giving psychology away. In Lilienfeld, S. (Ed.) Science and pseudoscience in contemporary clinical psychology. New York: Guilford.     
 Pepler, D., Catallo, R. & Moore, T. E. (1999). Children exposed to family violence: Research and interventions. In R. Geffner, P. Jaffe & M. Suderman (Eds.). Children exposed to family violence: Current issues in research, intervention and policy development. Haworth Press.    
 Moore, T. E., & Pepler, D. (1998). Correlates of adjustment in children at risk. In Holden, G., Geffner, R. & Jouriles, E. (Eds.), Children exposed to marital violence: Theory, research and intervention. Washington: American Psychological Association.    
 Moore, T. E. (2014). The problem with 'Mr. Big'. Lawyers Weekly, February 28, 14-15.    PDF
 Cutler, B. L., Findley, K. A., & Moore, T. E. (2014). Interrogations and False Confessions: A Psychological Perspective. Canadian Criminal Law Review, 18(2), 153-170.    PDF
 Cutler, B. L., & Moore, T. E. (2013). Mistaken eyewitness identification, false confession, and conviction of the innocent. For the Defence, 34(1), 20-26.     PDF
 Moore, T. E., & Keenan, K. (2013). What is voluntary?: On the reliability of admissions arising from Mr. Big undercover operations. Investigative Interviewing: Research & Practice, 5(1), 46-56.     PDF
 Moore, T. E. (2012). Interrogations and confessions: Where have we been and where are we headed? For the Defence, Vol 33 (1), 17 - 25.   Full Text (PDF)  PDF
 Moore, T. E., & Fitzsimmons, C. L. (2011). Justice Imperiled: False Confessions & the Reid technique. Criminal Law Quarterly, 57(4), 509-542.   Full Text (PDF)  PDF
 Davis, K., Fitzsimmons, C. L., & Moore, T. E. (2011). Improving the comprehensibility of a Canadian police caution on the right to silence. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. (online January 27, 2011)    PDF
 Davis, K., Desrocher, M., & Moore, T. E. (2011). Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: A review of neuropsychological findings and interventions. Journal of Developmental & Physical Disabilities, 23(2), 143 - 167.     
 Gagnier, K. R., Moore, T. E., & Green, M. (2011) A need for closer examination of FASD by the criminal justice system: Has the call been answered? Journal of Population Therapeutics and Clinical Pharmacology, 18(3), e426 - e439.   Full Text (PDF)  PDF
 Todorow, M., Moore, T. E., & Koren, G. (2010). Investigating the effects of low to moderate levels of prenatal alcohol exposure on child behaviour: A critical evalusation. Journal of Population Therapeutics and Clinical Pharmacoloty, 17(2), e323 - e330.   Full Text (PDF)  PDF
 Moore, T. E., & Schreck, A. (2010). Canda high court rules no right to counsel during interrogation. THE JURIST: legal news and research (online). University of Pittsburgh School of Law. ( November 11, 2010.   Full Text (PDF)  PDF
 Moore, T. E. & Gagnier, K. (2009). Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Corsini's Encyclopedia of Psychology, 4th edtion. NY: Wiley.     
 Moore, T. E., Copeland, P., & Schuller, R. (2009). Deceit, betrayal and the search for truth: Legal and psychological perspectives on the 'Mr Big' strategy. Criminal Law Quarterly, 55(3), 349 - 405.     PDF
 Moore, T. E. (2009). Subliminal tapes. In Axel Cleermans, Timothy Bayne, and Patrick Wilken (Eds.) Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Oxford University Press.   Full Text (PDF)  PDF
 Moore, T. E. (2008). The right to silence offers the only real protection during interrogations.. For the Defence (Newsletter of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association), Vol 29(1), 28-32.     PDF
 Moore, T. E., & Gagnier, K. (2008). “You can talk if you want to”: Is the police caution on the right to silence comprehensible? Criminal Reports, 51 C.R.(6th) 233-249.    PDF
 Moore, T. E. & Pepler, D. J. (2006). Wounding words: Maternal verbal aggression and children's adjustment. Journal of Family Violence.  Full Text (PDF)  
 Moore, T. E., & Wasser, C. (2006). Social science and witness reliability: Reliable science begets reliable evidence. Criminal Reports , 33 C. R. (6th), Vol. 33 Part 2, 316-335.    PDF
 Moore, T. E., & Green, M. (2004). Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): A need for closer examination by the criminal justice system. Criminal Reports, Vol 19, Part 1, 19 C. R. (6th) 99-108.   Full Text (PDF)  
 Moore, T. E., & Green, M. (2000). Truth and the reliability of children’s evidence: Problems with Section 715.1 of the Criminal Code. Criminal Reports. Vol. 30, Part 1, April, 30 C.R. (5th) 148-160.   Full Text (PDF)  
 Moore, T. E. (1996). Scientific Consensus and Expert Testimony: Lessons from the Judas Priest Trial. Skeptical Inquirer , 20, No. 6, 32-38. Reprinted in the American Psychology-Law Society Newsletter, 17(1), 1997.  Full Text (HTML)