Job: Lecturer in Psychology
Faculty: Health and Life Sciences
School/department: School of Applied Social Sciences
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH
T: +44 (0) 116 207 8861
I am interested in how our social interactions with others (e.g. live conversations; computer mediated communication) influence our recall of events.
I have previously examined how post-event factors such as co-witness discussion, or receiving feedback regarding memory performance, can affect individual recall reports.
My current research is focused on the development and assessment of approaches for interviewing eyewitnesses and victims of crime in cross-cultural contexts.
Social Influences on Human Memory; Investigative Interviewing
Forensic Psychology; Research Methods
BA; Mphil; PhD
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Miss Ngosa Kambashi, PhD candidate (2nd supervisor)
ESRC UK-Japan Connections Grant - 47,527 GBP; Co-Investigator, in collaboration with PI Professor Dave Walsh (DMU Law School); Title: Towards the development of a framework for the interviewing of vulnerable people in Japan
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