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  • Protecting eyewitness evidence: Examining the efficacy of a self-administered interview tool 

    Gabbert, Fiona; Hope, Lorraine; Fisher, Ronald P. (Springer Netherlands, 2008-06-17)
    Given the crucial role of eyewitness evidence, statements should be obtained as soon as possible after an incident. This is not always achieved due to demands on police resources. Two studies trace the development of a new ...
  • Reminiscence and hypermnesia in children’s eyewitness memory 

    La Rooy, David J.; Pipe, Margaret-Ellen; Murray, Janice E. (Elsevier, 2005-03)
    Three experiments examined reminiscence and hypermnesia in 5- and 6-year-olds’ memory for an event across repeated interviews that occurred either immediately afterward (Experiment 1) or after a 6-month delay (Experiments ...
  • Say it to my face: Examining the effects of socially encountered misinformation 

    Gabbert, Fiona; Memon, Amina; Allan, Kevin; Wright, Daniel B. (British Psychological Society, 2004-09)
    Objectives. Errors in eyewitness accounts can occur when a witness comes into contact with post-event 'misinformation'. A common way to encounter misinformation is through face-to-face interaction, in particular, via ...
  • Suggestibility in legal contexts: what do we know? 

    Ridley, Anne M.; Gabbert, Fiona; La Rooy, David J. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012-12)
    In this final chapter we summarize the key points about suggestibility reviewed in this book and consider the forensic implications of suggestibility for practititoners.
  • When eyewitnesses talk 

    Wright, Daniel B.; Memon, Amina; Skagerberg, Elin M.; Gabbert, Fiona (SAGE Publications, 2009-06)
    When two people witness an event, they often discuss it. Because memory is not perfect, sometimes this discussion includes errors. One person's errors can become part of another person's account, and this proliferation of ...