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.
Former Dutch visiting researcher Tjeu Theunissen has recently graduated for his master programs. He completed a master in Mental Health and a master in Psychology and Law, both at Maastricht University. Tjeu’s research at RHUL has been evaluated with excellent grades. The following he wanted to comment: “My research …View full post
The lab is currently recruiting participants for an online study looking at juror decision making. Click the following link for our ‘Participate in Research’ page for more information: http://www.pc.rhul.ac.uk/sites/rheg/?page_id=43View full post
* subject to validation We are please to announce that Royal Holloway, University of London are now offering an MSc in Forensic Psychology. Details of the course can be found here: https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/criminologyandsociology/coursefinder/mscforensicpsychology.aspxView full post
Amina described the experience as “an awesome event and a privilege to meet our female leaders of the future”.View full post
Memon, A. (2014). Female Genital Cutting: A community based approach to behaviour change. Working Paper October 2014
This review considers some contemporary literature on Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting (FGM/C) with the goal of looking at the discourse, attitudes and beliefs around the practice, its prevalence in the UK today and approaches to effecting change. The importance of cultural awareness and understanding together with the involvement of community participants and champions are highlighted. …View full post