Feni Kontogianni

PhD student, University of Portsmouth

Feni obtained her Bachelor degree in Psychology from Panteion University in Athens (Greece), during which time she also studied as an Erasmus exchange student, in the University Paris Descartes V (France). She also holds an MSc in Forensic Psychology with distinction from the University of Maastricht (the Netherlands). In the past she conducted research on the consequences of non-believed memories on memory reports under the supervision of Professor Lorraine Hope for her Master’s dissertation.

Currently, her research focuses on the topic of “Information elicitation in intelligence gathering contexts” where she examines factors that enhance recall/reporting performance along with the use of innovative tools and techniques in security contexts. She is supervised by Professors Lorraine Hope (Portsmouth), Paul Taylor (Lancaster) and Aldert Vrij (Portsmouth).


More from Feni…

 

The Benefits of a Self-Generated Cue Mnemonic for Timeline Interviewing

Reliable information is critical for investigations in forensic and security settings; however, obtaining reliable information for complex events can be challenging. In this study,...Read More »

Eliciting Information

Eliciting Information: A Multi-Modal Format for use with Cooperative Sources by CREST doctoral researcher Feni Kontogianni. This poster presents Kontogianni’s research on techniques that...Read More »

The Benefits of a Self-Generated Cue Mnemonic for Timeline Interviewing

The Benefits of a Self-Generated Cue Mnemonic for Timeline InterviewingThe Benefits of a Self-Generated Cue Mnemonic for Timeline Interviewing by CREST Doctoral Researcher Feni Kontogianni. Kontogianni’s poster gives an overview of her research...Read More »

Memory recall: The challenge of eliciting reliable information

Eliciting reliable and detailed information is a crucial element of intelligence gathering. There is a rich seam of psychological research on eyewitness memory and...Read More »

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