This is the professorial inaugural lecture by CREST researcher Lorraine Hope, Professor of Applied Cognitive Psychology at Portsmouth University. Lorraine presents the results of twelve years of research into the performance of eye-witness memory and the psychology of eliciting information at the ‘sharp end’, for example from witnesses and victims of significant events such as large terror attacks.
This lecture was originally given on Wednesday 27 April 2016 and is reproduced here with the kind permission of Professor Hope.
For more information on the work Professor Hope has done for CREST see here.
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