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Investigative and Forensic Psychology

Examining how different vulnerabilities affect eyewitness testimony

This group researches how different vulnerabilities affect eyewitness testimony with a particular expertise in research with children, the elderly and those with autism spectrum disorder. Within this framework topics include investigative interviewing (for example, the cognitive interview, self-administered interviews and issues associated with repeated interviews), suggestibility and ability to identify suspects correctly from line-ups. In addition, research is conducted into attitudes towards and perceptions of the police and potentially biasing factors in juror decision making.

For more information about the range and scope of our work and how we may collaborate with you, contact Dr Anne Ridley. Search for her and other members working in the area of Investigative and Forensic Psychology in our People Finder.

 
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