Lynn Weiher

PhD Student, Lancaster University

Lynn Weiher holds a diploma in Psychology with a focus in Forensic Psychology from the University of Kiel. Several internships, amongst others at the University Örebro and especially at the University Gothenburg, enhanced her interest and wish to actively work in the field of investigative interviewing.

Lynn has been awarded a CREST funded scholarship for her doctoral study. Her current research focuses on information provision in human intelligence interviews. She is supervised by Professor Paul Taylor and Dr Kirk Luther (Lancaster). 


More from Lynn…

 

The Role of Rapport in the Investigative Interview

The Role of Rapport in the Investigative Interview: Exploring Motion-Capture Equipment as a Potential Measure for Rapport by CREST doctoral researcher Lynn Weiher. This...Read More »

A Week Without Lying: The Honesty Experiment

Is it possible to go a week without lying? Producers for the BBC’s Horizon programme wanted to find out and CREST Researchers Paul Taylor,...Read More »

Exploring the Relationship Between Nonverbal and Verbal Behaviour on Rapport and Dyadic Cooperation

Exploring the Relationship Between Nonverbal and Verbal Behaviour on Rapport and Dyadic Cooperation by CREST Doctoral Researcher Lynn Weiher. The poster presents Lynn’s research...Read More »

How do we measure rapport in interviews?

What is rapport, and how do we measure it? CREST PhD student Lynn Weiher monitors nonverbal and verbal behaviour during investigative interviews and examines...Read More »

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