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2020

Bandara, Arosha; Zhang, Min; Price, Blaine; Pike, Graham; Elphick, Camilla; Walkington, Zoe; Frumkin, Lara; Philpot, Richard; Levine, Mark; Stuart, Avelie and Nuseibeh, Bashar (2020). Towards Citizen Forensics: Improving Citizen-Police Collaboration. In: Workshop on Crime and/or Punishment: Joining the Dots between Crime, Legality and HCI, Extended Abstracts of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 25-30 Apr 2020, Honolulu, HI, USA. file

Curley, Lee J.; Carruthers, Lindsey; Piotrowska, Barbara; Binnie, Daniel and Chamizo Villalta, Adrian (2020). Bilingualism: The foreign language effect does not extend to rational decision making. Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis (In Press).

Curley, Lee J.; Munro, James and Lages, Martin (2020). An inconvenient truth: More rigorous and ecologically valid research is needed to properly understand cognitive bias in forensic decisions. Forensic Science International: Synergy (Early Access). file

Curley, Lee J.; Munro, James; Lages, Martin; MacLean, Rory and Murray, Jennifer (2020). Assessing cognitive bias in forensic decisions: A review and outlook. Journal of Forensic Sciences (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Curley, Lee J.; Munro, James; Lages, Martin; MacLean, Rory and Murray, Jennifer (2020). Authors' Response: Is the definition of task-irrelevant contextual information black and white? Journal of Forensic Sciences (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Curley, Lee John; Munro, James and Lages, Martin (2020). Author Response: No need for throwing stones – wherever you live…. Forensic Science International: Synergy (Early access). file

Elphick, Camilla E. J.; Pike, Graham E. and Hole, Graham J. (2020). You can believe your eyes: measuring implicit recognition in a lineup with pupillometry. Psychology, Crime and Law, 26(1) pp. 67–92. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Frumkin, Lara A. and Stone, Anna (2020). Not all eyewitnesses are equal: Accent status, race and age interact to influence evaluations of testimony. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Frumkin, Lara A. and Thompson, Amanda (2020). The impact of different British accents on perceptions of eyewitness statements. Journal of Language and Discrimination, 4(1) file

Harrison, Virginia; Hole, G. and Habibi, Ruth (2020). Are You In or Are You Out? The Importance of Group Saliency in Own-Group Biases in Face Recognition. Perception (Early access). file

Sharp, Marie-Louise; Harrison, Virginia; Soloman, Noa; King, Helen; Fear, Nicola and Pike, Graham (2020). Emergency Responders Mental Health & Wellbeing Project. In: Emergency Responders Research Symposium: Mental Health & Wellbeing, 30 Jan 2020, London.

Zhang, Min; Bandara, Arosha; Price, Blaine; Pike, Graham; Walkington, Zoe; Elphick, Camilla; Frumkin, Lara; Philpot, Richard; Levine, Mark; Stuart, Avelie and Nuseibeh, Bashar (2020). Designing Technologies for Community Policing. In: Extended Abstracts of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Late Breaking Work), 25-30 Apr 2020, Honolulu, HI, USA. file

2019

Curley, Lee J.; MacLean, Rory; Murray, Jennifer; Laybourn, Phyllis and Brown, David (2019). The bastard verdict and its influence on jurors. Medicine, Science and the Law, 59(1) pp. 26–35. file

Curley, Lee J.; MacLean, Rory; Murray, Jennifer; Pollock, Andrew C. and Laybourn, Phyllis (2019). Threshold point utilisation in juror decision-making. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 26(1) pp. 110–128. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Elphick, Camilla; Hole, Graham and Welsh, Lucy (2019). Pupil changes linked to eyewitness memory strength in police lineups. The Conversation.

Havard, Catriona; Richter, Stephanie and Thirkettle, Martin (2019). Effects of Changes in Background Colour on the Identification of Own- and Other-Race Faces. i-Perception, 10(2) pp. 1–11. file

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, 110(3) pp. 486–488.

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

Pike, Graham; Brace, Nicola; Turner, Jim; Ness, Hayley and Vredeveldt, Annelies (2019). Advances in Facial Composite Technology, Utilizing Holistic Construction, Do Not Lead to an Increase in Eyewitness Misidentifications Compared to Older Feature-Based Systems. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, article no. 1962. file

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; Ashton Wigman, Stefanie and Bowles, David (2019). The impact of narratives and transportation on empathic responding. Poetics (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

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, 22(5) pp. 355–357. file

2018

McAlaney, J.; Frumkin, L. and Benson, V. eds. (2018). Psychological and Behavioral Examinations in Cyber Security. Hershey, USA: IGI Global.

Benson, Vladlena; McAlaney, John and Frumkin, Lara (2018). Emerging Threats for the Human Element and Countermeasures in Current Cyber Security Landscape. In: McAlaney, John; Frumkin, Lara A. and Benson, Vladlena eds. Psychological and Behavioral Examinations in Cyber Security. IGI Global, pp. 266–271. file

Briggs, Gemma F.; Hole, Graham J. and Turner, Jim A.J. (2018). The impact of attentional set and situation awareness on dual tasking driving performance. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 57 pp. 36–47. file

Curley, Lee J.; MacLean, Rory; Murray, Jennifer and Laybourn, Phyllis (2018). Decision Science: A New Hope. Psychological Reports, 122(6) pp. 2417–2439. file

Curley, Lee J.; Murray, Jennifer; MacLean, Rory; Laybourn, Phyllis and Brown, David (2018). Faith in thy threshold. Medicine, Science and the Law, 58(4) pp. 239–250. file

Harrison, Virginia and Hole, Graham (2018). Can Social Categorisation Elicit Own-Group Biases in Face Recognition. In: British Psychological Society Cognitive Section Conference, 29-31 Aug 2018, Liverpool. 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

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. 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; 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

Shaw, Julia and Elphick, Camilla (2018). In the #MeToo era, a chatbot can help people report workplace harassment. The Conversation.

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

Turner, Jim and Briggs, Gemma (2018). To see or not to see? Comparing the effectiveness of examinations and end of module assessments in online distance learning. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 43(7) pp. 1048–1060. 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

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

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.

Briggs, Gemma and Turner, Jim (2017). To see or not to see? The effectiveness of seen and unseen exams and end of module assessments in level 2 psychology modules. OU Scholarship Exchange. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Curley, L. J. (2017). Decision making process of jurors. In: Baker, B.; Minhas, R. and Wilson, L. eds. Factbook: Psychology and Law (2nd ed.). Kelowna: European Association of Psychology and Law Student Society.

Curley, Lee J.; MacLean, Rory and Murray, Jennifer (2017). The Relationship between the Big 5 Personality Traits and Eyewitness Recognition. Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 13(2) file

Curley, Lee J.; Murray, Jennifer; MacLean, Rory and Laybourn, Phyllis (2017). Are consistent juror decisions related to fast and frugal decision making? Investigating the relationship between juror consistency, decision speed and cue utilisation. Medicine, Science and the Law, 57(4) pp. 211–219. file

Gjersoe, Nathalia and Havard, Catriona (2017). Developmental Psychology. In: Puri, Basant and Treasaden, Ian H. eds. Forensic Psychiatry,. Hodder Arnold, pp. 63–71.

Havard, Catriona (2017). Children’s face identification ability. In: Bindemann, Markus and Megreya, Ahmed M. eds. Face Processing: Systems, Disorders and Cultural Differences. Nova Science Publishers Inc.

Havard, Catriona; Laybourn, Phyllis and Klecha, Barbara (2017). The Mystery Man Can Increase the Reliability of Eyewitness Identifications for Older Adult Witnesses. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 32(3) pp. 214–224. file

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina and Humphries, Joyce E. (2017). The own-race bias in child and adolescent witnesses: Evidence from video line-ups. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 19(4) pp. 261–272. file

Havard, Catriona and Watson, Katherine D. (2017). Historical Overview. 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. 23–36.

Turner, Jim and Briggs, Gemma (2017). Using third-party audio-visual materials in module production: learning design, cost effectiveness and student satisfaction on DD210 and DE200. OU Scholarship Exchange. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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

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.

Briggs, Gemma F.; Hole, Graham J. and Land, Michael F. (2016). Imagery-inducing distraction leads to cognitive tunnelling and deteriorated driving performance. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 38 pp. 106–117. file

Curley, Lee J.; Murray, J. and MacLean, R. (2016). Heuristics: The good, the bad, and the biased. What value can bias have for decision makers? Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group Quarterly(100) pp. 41–44.

Harrison, Virginia; Ness, Hayley and Skelton, Faye (2016). What’s so ‘super’ about super recognisers? In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2016), 5-8 Jul 2016, Toulouse, France.

Havard, Catriona; Humphries, Joyce and Memon, Amina (2016). The own race bias in child and adolescent witnesses. In: 57th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, 17-20 Nov 2016, Boston, US.

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

Stedmon, Alex; Richards, Dale; Frumkin, Lara and Fussey, Peter (2016). Human Factors in security: User-centred and socio-technical perspectives. Security Journal, 29(1) pp. 1–4. file

Thirkettle, Martin; Havard, Catriona and Richter, Stephanie (2016). Variability of background colour in suspect line-ups and identification accuracy. In: 26th Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), 05-08 Jul 2016, Toulouse, France.

Turner, Jim (2016). Does making a facial composite contaminate witness memory? Ecological validity and framing an innocent suspect. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2016), 5-8 Jul 2016, Toulouse, France.

2015

Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. (2015). Investigating Psychology 2 (Volumes 1-3). Milton Keynes: Open University.

Briggs, Gemma and Davies, Simon (2015). Is seeing believing?: visual perception and attention for dynamic scenes. In: Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. Investigating Psychology 2, Volume 2. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Briggs, Gemma and Hole, Graham (2015). Can I do two things at once? Attention and dual tasking ability. In: Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. Investigating Psychology, Volume 2. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

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.

Eubanks, D. L.; Zhang, K. and Frumkin, L. (2015). Non-verbal cues to deception and their relationship to terrorism. In: Stedmon, A. and Lawson, G. eds. Hostile intent and counter terrorism: Human factors theory and application. Ashgate, pp. 75–92. file

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.

Havard, Catriona (2015). Improving line-up identifications using the mystery man procedure. In: The Student Connections Conference, 30 Jun - 4 Jul 2014, Milton Keynes, UK.

Havard, Catriona; Thirkettle, Martin; Barrett, David and Ritcher, Stephanie (2015). How does image background colour influence facial identification? In: 38th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), 24-27 Aug 2015, Liverpool, UK.

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

Turk, David J.; Gillespie-Smith, Karri; Krigolson, Olave E.; Havard, Catriona; Conway, Martin A. and Cunningham, Sheila J. (2015). Selfish learning: The impact of self-referential encoding on children's literacy attainment. Learning and instruction, 40 pp. 54–60. file

Turner, Jim (2015). Believing the TV: Perceptions of crime fiction as a possible basis for the 'CSI Effect'. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2015), 4-7 Aug 2015, Nuremberg, Germany.

2014

Capdevila, Rose; Briggs, Gemma and Dixon, John (2014). Conclusion: the challenges and opportunities of an integrative approach. In: Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. Investigating Psychology 2: From biological to developmental, Volume 3. The Open University Press.

Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma (2014). Investigating Psychology: an integrative approach. In: Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. Investigating Psychology 2: From social to cognitive, Volume 1. Open University Press.

Harrison, Virginia; Hole, Graham and Habibi, Ruth (2014). Revisiting a social-cognitive explanation of own-group biases in face recognition. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Cognitive Section, 3-5 Sep 2014, Nottingham Trent University, UK.

Havard, Catriona (2014). Are children less reliable at making visual identifications than adults? A review. Psychology, Crime & Law, 20(4) pp. 372–388. file

2013

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.

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.

Frumkin, Lara (2013). Young children's cognitive achievement: home learning environment, language and ethnic background. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 11(3) pp. 222–235. file

Frumkin, Lara A. and Koutsoubou, Maria (2013). Exploratory investigation of drivers of attainment in ethnic minority adult learners. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 37(2) pp. 147–162. file

Görzig, Anke and Frumkin, Lara (2013). Cyberbullying experiences on-the-go: when social media can become distressing. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 7(1) file

Havard, Catriona and Memon, Amina (2013). The Mystery Man can help reduce false identifications for child witnesses:evidence from video lineups. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27(1) pp. 50–59. file

Ke Zhang; Eubanks, Dawn L.; Frumkin, Lara A.; Saikayasit, Rose; Stedmon, Alex W. and Lawson, Glyn (2013). Telling the difference between deceiving and truth telling: An experiment in a public space. In: 10th IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG), pp. 1–8. file

Lawson, Glyn; Stedmon, Alex W.; Zhang, Ke; Eubanks, Dawn L. and Frumkin, Lara A. (2013). The effects of self-awareness on body movement indicators of the intention to deceive. Applied Ergonomics, 44(5) pp. 687–693. file

Zhang, Ke; Frumkin, Lara A.; Stedmon, Alex and Lawson, Glyn (2013). Deception in context: coding nonverbal cues, situational variables and risk of detection. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 28(2) pp. 150–161. file

2012

Clifford, Brian R.; Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina and Gabbert, Fiona (2012). Delay and age effects on identification accuracy and confidence: an investigation using a video identification parade. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(1) pp. 130–139. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Havard, Catriona; Laybourn, Phyllis and Klecha, Barbara (2012). Can the ‘Mystery Man’ help to reduce false identification for older adult witnesses? In: The European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), 10-13 Apr 2012, Nicosia, Cyprus..

Havard, Catriona and Memon, Amina (2012). Viewing a video lineup twice can reduce identification accuracy for child witnesses. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Cognitive Section, 29-31 Aug 2012, Glasgow, UK.

Havard, Catriona and Memon, Amina (2012). Facial Recognition from Identification Parades. In: Wilkinson, C. M and Ryan., C. eds. Cranofacial Identification. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 86–100.

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina; Laybourn, Phyllis and Cunningham, Clare (2012). Own-age bias in video lineups: a comparison between children and adults. Psychology, Crime & Law, 18(10) pp. 929–944. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Havard, Catriona and Willis, Alexandra (2012). Effects of installing a marked crosswalk on road crossing behaviour and perceptions of the environment. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 15(3) pp. 249–260. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Megreya, Ahmed M.; Bindemann, Markus; Havard, Catriona and Burton, A. Mike (2012). Identity-lineup location influences target selection: evidence from eye movements. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 27(2) pp. 167–178. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Megreya, Ahmed M.; Memon, Amina and Havard, Catriona (2012). The headscarf effect: direct evidence from the eyewitness identification paradigm. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(2) pp. 308–315. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Pike, Graham and Brace, Nicola (2012). Recognition. In: Braisby, Nick and Gellatly, Angus eds. Cognitive Psychology. Oxford University Press, pp. 100–137.

Pike, Graham; Edgar, Graham and Edgar, Helen (2012). Perception. In: Braisby, Nick and Gellatly, Angus eds. Cognitive Psychology. Oxford University Press, pp. 65–99.

Turner, Jim (2012). The ‘CSI Effect’: Are potential jurors sensitive to the (un)realism of fictional forensic evidence? In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference 2012 (EAPL 2012), 10-13 Apr 2012, Nicosia, Cyprus.

2011

Briggs, Gemma; Hole, Graham and Land, Michael (2011). Emotionally involving telephone conversations lead to driver error and visual tunnelling. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 14 pp. 313–323. file

Briggs, Gemma; Hole, Graham and Land, Michael (2011). Emotionally involving telephone conversations lead to driver error and visual tunnelling. In: 9th Conference of The Society for Applied Research in Memory & Cognition (SARMAC IX), 27-29 Jun 2011, New York City, NY, USA..

Harrison, Virginia (2011). Expertise and the Own-Age Bias in Face Recognition. PhD thesis. University of Sussex. file

Havard, Catriona and Memon, Amina (2011). Can the Mystery Man help to reduce false identification for child witnesses: A study with video lineups. In: Society of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC) IX, 27-29 Jun 2011, New York.

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina and Humphries, Joyce (2011). Own race bias in video lineups: A comparison between Caucasian and Asian witnesses. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 4-6 May 2011, Glasgow, UK.

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.

Lawson, Glyn; Stedmon, Alex; Zhang, Chloe; Eubanks, Dawn and Frumkin, Lara (2011). Deception and self-awareness. In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 9th International Conference, EPCE 2011. Orlando, FL, USA, July 9-14, 2011, Springer, 6871 pp. 414–423. file

Megreya, Ahmed M.; Bindemann, Markus and Havard, Catriona (2011). Sex differences in unfamiliar face identification: evidence from matching tasks. Acta Psychologica, 137(1) pp. 83–89. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Megreya, Ahmed M. and Havard, Catriona (2011). Left face matching bias: right hemisphere dominance or scanning habits? Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 16(1) pp. 75–92. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Memon, Amina; Havard, Catriona; Clifford, Brian; Gabbert, Fiona and Watt, Moray (2011). A field evaluation of the VIPER system: a new technique for eliciting eyewitness identification evidence. Psychology, Crime & Law, 17(8) pp. 711–729. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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.

Turner, Jim (2011). Exploring the CSI Effect: What do potential jurors think they know about forensic evidence? In: Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition conference 2011 (SARMAC 2011), 27-29 Jun 201, New York City, USA.

2010

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina; Clifford, Brian and Gabbert, Fiona (2010). A comparison of video and static photo lineups with child and adolescent witnesses. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24(9) pp. 1209–1221. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Humphries, Joyce; Memon, Amina and Havard, Catriona (2010). The influence of the cross-race effect on children’s and adolescents identification accuracy in sequential video line-ups. In: The British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference,, 22-25 Jun 2010, Canterbury, UK.

2009

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.

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

Brazier, Laura; Frumkin, Lara; Litster, Jenny and Ward, Anne (2009). Your money matters evaluation: money management for older people. Help the Aged. file

Carpentieri, J.D.; Lister, Jenny and Frumkin, Lara (2009). Adult numeracy: a review of research. National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy, London. file

Harrison, Virginia and Hole, Graham J. (2009). Evidence for a contact-based explanation of the own-age bias in face recognition. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 16(2) pp. 264–269. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Havard, Catriona and Memon, Amina (2009). The influence of face age on identification from a video line-up: a comparison between older and younger adults. Memory, 17(8) pp. 847–859. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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.

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.

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.

2008

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

Briggs, Gemma; Hole, Graham and Land, Michael (2008). The effect of imagery induced distraction on driving performance: implications for mobile telephone use behind the wheel. In: BPS XXV Annual Cognitive Section Conference, 7-10 Sep 2008, University of Southampton.

Harrison, Virginia and Hole, Graham (2008). Expertise and the own-age bias in face recognition: Evidence from an inversion study. In: 5th Annual Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Jul 2008, Brisbane, Australia.

Havard, Catriona; Chaudhry, Fraz and Memon, Amina (2008). The behaviour of witnesses viewing VIPER Parades: evidence from a Scottish survey. In: 2nd Scottish Institute of Policing Research (SIPR) Annual Conference, 2 Sep 2008, Edinburgh, UK.

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina; Clifford, Brian and Gabbert, Fiona (2008). Obtaining evidence from child witnesses using video parades. In: 18th Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law, 2-5 Jul 2008, Maastricht,The Netherlands.

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina; Clifford, Brian; Gabbert, Fiona and Watt, Moray (2008). Obtaining evidence from child witnesses: the advantage of VIPER parades. In: Scottish Institute of Policing Research (SIPR) Evidence & Investigation Network Seminar, "Obtaining evidence from vulnerable witnesses", 15 Oct 2008., Aberdeen, UK. file

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.

Quality Improvement Agency (2008). Improving further education provision for learners from minority ethnic groups: a review of the evidence. Quality Improvement Agency. file

2007

Bard, E. G.; Anderson, A. H.; Chen, Y.; Nicholson, H. B. M.; Havard, C. and Dalzel-Job, S. (2007). Let’s you do that: sharing the cognitive burdens of dialogue. Journal of Memory and Language, 57(4) pp. 616–641. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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..

Briggs, Gemma; Hole, Graham and Land, Michael (2007). Emotionally involving telephone conversations lead to driver error and visual tunnelling. In: BPS XXIV Annual Cognitive Section Conference, 20-22 Aug 2007, University of Aberdeen.

Frowd, Charlie D.; Bruce, Vicki; Ness, Hayley; Bowie, Leslie; Paterson, Jenny; Thomson-Bogner, Claire; McIntyre, Alex and Hancock, Peter J. B. (2007). Parallel approaches to composite production: interfaces that behave contrary to expectation. Ergonomics, 50(4) pp. 562–585.

Frumkin, L. A. and Murphy, A (2007). Student perceptions of lecturer classroom communication style. European Journal of Social Sciences, 5(3) pp. 45–60. file

Frumkin, Lara (2007). Influences of accent and ethnic background on perceptions of eyewitness testimony. Psychology, Crime & Law, 13(3) pp. 317–331. file

Frumkin, Lara A.; Milankovic-Atkinson, Maya and Sadler, Chris (2007). Postgraduate preferences: a study of factors contributing to programme satisfaction amongst masters students. New Horizons in Education, 55(2) pp. 37–54. file

Harrison, Virginia and Hole, Graham (2007). Evidence for a contact based explanation of the own-age bias in face recognition. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Cognitive Section, Aug 2007, Aberdeen, UK.

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..

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.

Bromby, Michael and Ness, Hayley (2006). Over-observed? What is the quality of CCTV in this new digital legal world? International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 20(1&2) pp. 105–115. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Frumkin, Lara (2006). Does increasing communication through visual learning environments enhance student perceptions of lecturers? International Education Journal, 7(5) pp. 688–698. file

Ness, Hayley and Bruce, Vicki (2006). An investigation into the use of CCTV footage to improve likeness in facial composites. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2006), 27-30 Jun 2006, Liverpool University, Liverpool. file

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.

Frowd, CHarlie D.; Carson, Derek; Ness, Hayley; McQuiston-Surrett, Dawn; Richardson, Jan; Baldwin, Hayden and Hancock, Peter (2005). Contemporary composite techniques: the impact of a forensically-relevant target delay. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 10(1) pp. 63–81.

Frowd, Charlie, D.; Carson, Derek; Ness, Hayley; Richardson, Jan; Morrison, Lisa; McLanaghan, Sarah and Hancock, Peter (2005). A forensically valid comparison of facial composite systems. Psychology, Crime & Law, 11(1) pp. 33–52.

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.

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.

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.

2004

Willis, Alexandra; Gjersoe, Nathalia; Havard, Catriona; Kerridge, Jon and Kukla, Robert (2004). Human movement behaviour in urban spaces: implications for the design and modelling of effective pedestrian environments. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 31(6) pp. 805–828. file

2002

Bruce, Vicki; Ness, Hayley; Hancock, Peter J. B; Newman, Craig and Rarity, Jenny (2002). Four heads are better than one: Combining face composites yields improvements in face likeness. Journal of Applied Psychology, 87(5) pp. 894–902. file

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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