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Number of items: 43.

2019

Pike, Graham (2019). Forensic Psychology. In: McLaughlin, Eugene and Muncie, John eds. The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (4th Edition). Sage. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Moreton, Reuben; Pike, Graham and Havard, Catriona (2019). A task‐ and role‐based perspective on super‐recognizers: Commentary on ‘Super‐recognizers: From the laboratory to the world and back again’. British Journal of Psychology (Early Access).

Pike, Graham E.; Brace, Nicola A.; Turner, Jim and Vredeveldt, Annelies (2019). The Effect of Facial Composite Construction on Eyewitness Identification Accuracy in an Ecologically Valid Paradigm. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 46(2) pp. 319–336. file

Walkington, Zoe; Pike, Graham; Strathie, Ailsa; Havard, Catriona; Harrison, Virginia and Ness, Hayley (2019). Entitlement to Tell on Police Facebook Sites. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

2018

Thirkettle, Martin; Lewis, Jen; Langdridge, Darren and Pike, Graham (2018). A Mobile App Delivering a Gamified Battery of Cognitive Tests Designed for Repeated Play (OU Brainwave): App Design and Cohort Study. JMIR Serious Games, 6(4), article no. e10519. file

Walkington, Zoe; Pike, Graham; Strathie, Ailsa; Havard, Catriona; Ness, Hayley and Harrison, Virginia (2018). Are you talking to me? How identity is constructed on police-owned Facebook sites. Narrative Inquiry, 28(2) pp. 280–300. file

Pike, Graham and Gore, Hannah (2018). The Challenges of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). In: Baxter, Jacqueline; Callaghan, George and McAvoy, Jean eds. Creativity and Critique in Online Learning: Exploring and Examining Innovations in Online Pedagogy. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 149–168. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Pike, Graham and Clark, Clifford (2018). Identification Evidence. In: Griffiths, Andy and Milne, Rebecca eds. The Psychology of Criminal Investigation: From Theory to Practice. Issues in Forensic Psychology. Routledge, pp. 133–153. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Pike, Graham; Westmarland, Louise; Conway, Steve and Rowe, Michael (2018). Public and police perceptions of policing ethics. In: 2018 Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing, 1-2 Mar 2018. file

Walkington, Zoe; Pike, Graham; Strathie, Ailsa; Havard, Catriona; Ness, Hayley and Harrison, Virginia (2018). The use of Facebook in creating police identity. In: 2018 Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing, 1-2 Mar 2018. file

Lali, Dionysia; Pike, Graham and Ness, Hayley (2018). How to develop evidence based practice to support witnesses on the autistic spectrum (ASD) when they give evidence. In: 2018 Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing, 1-2 Mar 2018. file

2017

Vossler, Andreas; Havard, Catriona; Pike, Graham; Barker, Meg-John and Raabe, Bianca eds. (2017). Mad or Bad? A Critical Approach to Counselling and Forensic Psychology. Sage.

Vossler, Andreas; Havard, Catriona; Barker, Meg-John; Pike, Graham; Raabe, Bianca and Walkington, Zoe (2017). Working therapeutically in forensic settings. In: Vossler, Andreas; Havard, Catriona; Pike, Graham; Barker, Meg-John and Raabe, Bianca eds. Mad or Bad? A Critical Approach to Counselling and Forensic Psychology. Sage, pp. 9–22.

Wager, Nadia and Pike, Graham (2017). Prevention. In: Vossler, Andreas; Havard, Catriona; Pike, Graham; Barker, Meg-John and Raabe, Bianca eds. Mad or Bad? A Critical Approach to Counselling and Forensic Psychology. London: Sage, pp. 297–310.

2016

Lay, Stephanie; Brace, Nicola; Pike, Graham and Pollick, Frank (2016). Circling Around the Uncanny Valley: Design Principles for Research Into the Relation Between Human Likeness and Eeriness. i-Perception, 7(6) pp. 1–11. file

Briggs, Gemma; Turner, Jim and Pike, Graham (2016). Testing the weapon focus effect: change blindness and eyewitness identification. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2016), 5-8 Jul 2016, Toulouse, France.

2015

Briggs, Gemma and Pike, Graham (2015). Identity, citizenship and engaging with the criminal justice system. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2015), 4-7 Aug 2015, Nuremberg, Germany.

Harrison, Virginia; Pike, Graham; Havard, Catriona and Ness, Hayley (2015). Police perceptions of eyewitness evidence and research. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2015), 4-7 Aug 2015, Nuremberg, Germany.

Ness, Hayley; Hancock, Peter J.B.; Bowie, Leslie; Bruce, Vicki and Pike, Graham (2015). Are two views better than one? Investigating three-quarter view facial composites. Journal of Forensic Practice, 17(4) pp. 291–306. file

2013

Edgar, Graham; Edgar, Helen and Pike, Graham (2013). Perception. In: Groome, David; Brace, Nicola; Edgar, Graham; Edgar, Helen; Eysenck, Michael; Manly, Tom; Ness, Hayley; Pike, Graham; Scott, Sophie and Styles, Elizabeth eds. An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Processes and Disorders. Psychology Press, pp. 25–69.

Groome, David; Brace, Nicola; Edgar, Graham; Edgar, Helen; Eysenck, Michael; Manly, Tom; Ness, Hayley; Pike, Graham; Scott, Sophie and Styles, Elizabeth eds. (2013). An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Processes and Disorders. Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press.

2011

Pike, Graham (2011). Violent, realistic and unexpected staged crimes: do participant-witnesses behave differently? In: 9th Conference of The Society for Applied Research in Memory & Cognition (SARMAC IX), 27-29 Jun 2011, New York City, NY, USA.

Hunter, Sue and Pike, Graham (2011). Investigating eye movement patterns for sequential video VIPER line-ups. In: 9th Conference of The Society for Applied Research in Memory & Cognition (SARMAC IX), 27-29 Jun 2011, New York City, NY, USA.

2009

Pike, Graham; Brace, Nicola; Briggs, Gemma and Turner, Jim (2009). Comparing types of sequential lineups. In: The 8th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 Jul 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Pike, Graham (2009). Improving the accuracy of visual and eyewitness evidence. In: The Eighth Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 Jul 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Brace, Nicola; Pike, Graham; Turner, Jim and Briggs, Gemma (2009). Change blindness during an identification parade. In: The 8th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 Jul 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Turner, Jim; Briggs, Gemma; Pike, Graham and Brace, Nicola (2009). Can composite construction contaminate witness memory? In: The 8th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 Jul 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Brace, Nicola A.; Pike, Graham E.; Kemp, Richard I. and Turner, Jim (2009). Eye-witness identification procedures and stress: a comparison of live and video identification parades. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 11(2) pp. 183–192. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2008

Paine, Carina B.; Pike, Graham E.; Brace, Nicola A. and Westcott, Helen L. (2008). Children making faces: the effect of age and prompts on children's facial composites of unfamiliar faces. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22(4) pp. 455–474.

Brace, Nicola A.; Pike, Graham E. and Turner, Jim A. (2008). Holistic facial composite systems: are they compatible with witness recall? Cognitive Technology Journal, 13(2) pp. 42–49. file

2007

Turner, Jim; Pike, Graham and Brace, Nicola (2007). Interference effects from feature and PCA compositing procedures: Does composite construction interfere with eyewitness identification? In: Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition conference 2007 (SARMAC 2007), 25-29 Jul 2007., Lewiston-Auburn, Maine, USA..

Brace, Nicola; Pike, Graham and Turner, Jim (2007). Applying memory and cognition to facial compositing: Is eyewitness memory still the key problem? In: Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition conference 2007 (SARMAC 2007), 25-29 Jul 2007, Lewiston-Auburn, Maine, USA..

2006

Brace, N.A.; Pike, G.E.; Allen, P. and Kemp, R.I. (2006). Identifying composites of famous faces: Investigating memory, language and system issues. Psychology, Crime & Law, 12(4) pp. 351–366.

Brace, Nicola; Pike, Graham; Kemp, Richard; Turner, Jim and Bennett, Peter (2006). Does the presentation of multiple facial composites improve suspect identification? Applied Cognitive Psychology, 20(2) pp. 213–266.

2005

Brace, Nicola; Pike, Graham; Turner, Jim and Kynan, Sally (2005). Do PCA compositing systems make better use of witness cognition than traditional systems? In: Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition conference 2005 (SARMAC 2005), 5-8 Jan 2005, Wellington, New Zealand.

Pike, Graham; Brace, Nicola; Kynan, Sally and Turner, Jim (2005). Comparing two PCA compositing interfaces: Is it better to limit or encourage witness interaction? In: Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition conference 2005 (SARMAC 2005), 5-8 Jan 2005, Wellington, New Zealand.

Turner, Jim; Pike, Graham; Kynan, Sally and Brace, Nicola (2005). Do array-based composite construction systems interfere with witness recognition memory? In: Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition conference 2005 (SARMAC 2005), 5-8 Jan 2005, Wellington, New Zealand.

Pike, Graham; Brace, Nicola; Turner, Jim and Kynan, Sally (2005). Making faces with computers: Witness cognition and technology. Pragmatics & Cognition, 13(3) pp. 459–479.

2002

Pike, Graham and Brace, Nicola (2002). The visual identification of suspects: procedures and practice. A Publication of the Policing and Reducing Crime Unit, Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

2001

Kemp, Richard I.; Pike, Graham E. and Brace, Nicola A. (2001). Video-based identification procedures: combining best practice and practical requirements when designing identification systems. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 7(4) pp. 802–807.

Turner, Jim; Pike, Graham; Brace, Nicola and Kemp, Richard (2001). The eyes have it: Feature saliency and facial composite construction. In: European Association of Psychology and Law conference 2001 (EAPL 2001), Jun 2001, Lisbon, Portugal.

2000

Turner, Jim; Pike, Graham; Kemp, Richard and Brace, Nicola (2000). Applying perceptual research to E-FIT construction: A minimal face experiment. In: European Association of Psychology and Law conference 2000 (EAPL 2000), Apr 2000, Limassol, Cyprus.

1999

Turner, Jim; Bennett, Peter; Pike, Graham; Brace, Nicola and Kemp, Richard (1999). Applying perceptual research to E-FIT construction. In: European Association of Psychology and Law conference 1999 (EAPL 1999), Jul 1999, Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

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