The eyewitness research group headed by Professor Amina Memon is based in the Psychology Department at Royal Holloway University of London. We use methods from experimental psychology to understand why eyewitnesses make errors. We are also conducting research to improve our understanding of the role of eyewitness evidence and decision making within the Criminal Justice System.
This award celebrate the contributions made by Asian women both professionally and in their communities, cutting across a broad range of sectors in British life from business and media to sport, culture and public service. Her research and impact in the field of Psychology and Law includes her studies on techniques for interviewing eyewitnesses including vulnerable populations …View full post
“Having had the privilege to be taught and supervised by Amina during my Psychology degree at Royal Holloway, University of London, I found Amina to be a highly engaging and personable lecturer. Amina’s work in Psychology has been thoroughly influential in the Cognitive field and is a true reflection of her dedication to research. I …View full post