B.A. (Hons), Ph.D. (Adelaide); Fellow, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia; Fellow, Association for Psychological Science.
My major research focus is eyewitness memory, including eyewitness identification, recall, and confidence. I also collaborate on research on early assessment and adult criminal vulnerability in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
My professional service has been quite wide-ranging, including serving on the ARC College of Experts, the Peer Review College of the Economic & Social Research Council (UK), as well as research grant reviewing for various international funding agencies. I have served on the Editorial Boards of all the major psychology-law journals.
I am a regular invited presenter at Australian conferences and professional development sessions for judges, magistrates, lawyers and police. My research has been cited in various legal judgments in Australia and overseas, and I am sought by police and government for advice on the development of protocols for eyewitness identification testing.
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