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Groome, David; Brace, Nicola; Edgar, Graham; Edgar, Helen; Eysenck, Michael; Gobet, Fernand; Law, Robin; Manly, Tom; Ness, Hayley; Pike, Graham; Scott, Sophie and Styles, Elizabeth eds. (2021). An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Processes and Disorders (4th Ed.). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

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.

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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 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.

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