Publications

Forthcoming

  • Theunissen, T. P.M., Meyer, T., Memon, A. & Weinsheimer, C. C. (in press). Adult Eyewitness Memory for Single versus Repeated Traumatic Events.  Applied Cognitive Psychology in press. Click here for the link to the article.
  • Hellmann, D. & Memon, A. (2016). Attribution of Crime Motives biases Eyewitnesses’ Memory and Sentencing Decisions. Psychology Crime & Law in press. Click here for the link to the article.
  • Crane, L., Maras, K. L., Hawken, T., Mulcahy, S. & Memon, A. (2016). Experiences of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Policing in England and Wales: Surveying Police and the Autism Community. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46, 2028-2041. Click here for the link to the article.
  • Saureland, M., Raymaekers, L. H. C., Otgaar, H., Memon, A. Waltjen, T. T., Nivo, M., Slegers, C., Broers, N. J. & Smeets, T. (in press). Stress, stress-induced cortisol responses, and eyewitness identification performance.  Behavioral Sciences and the Law. Click here for link to the article.
  • Krix, A. C., Sauerland, M., Raymaekers, L. H C., Memon, A., Quaedflieg, C. W. E. M. & Smeets, T. (in press). Eyewitness evidence obtained with the Self-Administered Interviews is unaffected by Stress. Applied Cognitive Psychology. Click here for link to the article.

2014

 

  • Memon, A. (2014). My Journey from Research to Impact: Long Road and Much Traffic. Applied Cognitive Psychology. Published online in Online Library. DOI: 10.1002/acp.3079. Click here for link to article.
  • Memon, A. (2014). Female Genital Cutting: A community based approach to behaviour change. Working Paper October 2014. Click here for link to article.
  • Wixted, J. & Mickes, L. (2014). A signal-detection-based diagnostic-feature-detection model of eyewitness identification. Psychological Review. 121, 262-276.
  • Otgaar, M., Howe, M., Memon, A., & Wang, J. (in press). The Development of Differential Mnemonic Effects of False Denials and Forced Confabulations Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Click here for link to article.
  • Roberts, A., Davis, J., Valentine, T., & Memon, A. (in press). Should we be concerned about street identifications? Criminal Law Review. Click here for link to article.
  • Maras, K. L., Mulcahy, S., Memon, A., Picariello, F., & Bowler, D. M. (in press). Evaluating the effectiveness of the Self-Administered Interview for witnesses with autism spectrum disorder. Applied Cognitive Psychology. Click here for link to article.
  • Wysman, L., Scoboria, A., Gawrylowicz, J., & Memon, A. (in press). The cognitive interview buffers the effects of subsequent repeated questioning in the absence of negative feedback. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Click here for link to article.
  • Davis, J.P., Valentine, T., Memon, A., & Roberts, A. (in press). Identification on the street: A field comparison of police identifications and video lineups in England. Psychology, Crime & Law. Click here for link to article.
  • Meek, R. & Lewis, G. (in press) Promoting well-being desistance through sport and physical activity: the opportunities and barriers experienced by women in prison. Women and Criminal Justice
  • Lindholm, T., Sjoberg, R. L., & Memon, A. (in press) Misreporting signs of child abuse: The role of decision-making and outcome information. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. Click here for link to article
  • Scoboria, A., Memon, A., Trang, H. & Frey, M. (in press) Improving responding to questioning using a brief retrieval training. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. Click here for link to article
  • Houston, K. A., Hope, L., Memon, A., & Read, J. D. (in press). Expert Testimony on Eyewitness Evidence: In Search of Common Sense. Behavioral Sciences and the Law. Click here for link to article
  • Mickes, L., Seale-Carlisle, T. M., & Wixted, J. T. (in press). Rethinking familiarity: Know judgments in free recall. Journal of Memory and Language
  • Mickes, L., Flowe, H. D., & Wixted, J. T. (in press). Receiver Operating Characteristic Analysis of Eyewitness Memory: Comparing the Diagnostic Accuracy of Simultaneous vs. Sequential Lineups. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied
  • Maras, K. L., Memon, A., Lambrechts, A. and Bowler, D. M., (in press) Recall of a live and personally experienced eyewitness event by adults with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Click here for link to article
  • Clifford, B.R., Havard C., Memon, A., & Gabbert, F. (in press) Delay and age effects on identification and confidence: An investigation via VIPER. Applied Cognitive Psychology.
  • Hellmann, J., Echterhoff, G., Kopietz, R. & Memon, A. (in press) Making the Visual Meaningful: Communication Effects on Eyewitness Memory and Judgments.  European Journal of Social Psychology
  • Horry, R., Memon, A., Wright, D. & Milne, R (in press) Predictors of eyewitness identification decisions from video lineups in England: A field Study, Law & Human Behaviour.
  • LaRooy, D., Lamb, M. & Memon, A. (in press).  Forensic interviews with children in Scotland:  A survey of interview practices among police. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.

2013

  • Odinot, G., Memon, A., Rooy, D. L., & Millen, A. (2013) Are Two Interviews Better Than One? Memory across Repeated Cognitive Interviews. PLOS One, 8(10): e76305. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0076305. Click here for link to article.
  • Lewis, G. & Meek, R. (2013) The Benefits of Sport and Physical Education for Young Men in Prison: An Exploration of Policy and Practice in England and Wales. Prison Service Journal, 209, 3-11
  • Meek, R., Gojkovic, D., & Mills, A. (2013) The Involvement of Nonprofit Organizations in Prisoner Reentry in the UK: Prisoner Awareness and Engagement. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 52(5), 338-357
  • Mills, A., Gojkovic, D., Meek, R., & Mullins, D. (2013) Housing ex-prisoners: the role of the third sector. Safer Communities, 12(1), 38-49
  • Hepper, E., Hart, C., Meek, R., Cisek, S., & Sedikides, C. (2013) Narcissism and empathy in young offenders and non-offenders. European Journal of Personality
  • Meek, R. & Lewis, G. (2013) The impact of a sports initiative for young men in prison: staff and participant perspectives. Journal of Sport and Social Issues,
  • Ainsworth, F.L. & Memon, A.  (2013) Refreshing Testimony in England and Wales – The Search for Best Practice. Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice. Vol. 5(1), 1-11.
  • Lindholm, T., Sjoberg, R., and Memon, A. (2013, May). Misremembering child abuse: The role of decision making and post-event information. Poster presentation at the Association for Psychological science, Washington, DC. Click here for poster.
  • Gawrylowicz, J., Memon, A., & Scaboria, A. (2013) Equipping Witnesses With Transferable Skills: The Self-Administered Interview©, Psychology, Crime and Law. Click here for access to the paper.
  • Jones, T.C. Armstrong, R. Casey, A. Burson, R.A. & Memon, A. (2013) Verbal description benefits for faces when description conditions are unknown a priori, The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Click here for PDF.
  • Ainsworth, F., & Memon, A. (March 2013) Remember, Remember?, The Journal Online, First published 14-03-2013. Click here for link to article.
  • Horry, R., Memon, A., Milne, R., Wright, D.B., & Dalton, G. (2013) Video Identification of Suspects: A Discussion of Current Practice and Police in the United Kingdom, Policing. First published online March 12, 2013.  Click here for PDF.
  • Havard, C., & Memon, A. (2013) The Mystery Man Can Help Reduce False Identification for Child Witnesses: Evidence from Video Line-ups. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27, 50-59. Click here for a PDF.

2012

  • Lewis, G. & Meek, R. (2012) The role of sport in reducing reoffending among young men in prison: Assessing the evidence base. Forensic Update, 12-18
  • Meek, R. & Lewis, G. (2012) The role of sport in promoting prisoner health, International Journal of Prisoner Health. 8(3/4), 117-131
  • Lewis, G. & Meek, R. (2012) Sport and physical education across the secure estate: an exploration of policy and practice. Criminal Justice Matters, 90, 32-34
  • Mills, A., Meek, R. & Gojkovic, D. (2012). Partners, guests or competitors: Relationships between criminal justice and third sector staff in prisons. Probation Journal, 59(4), 391-405
  • Holliday, R. E., Humphries, J. E., Milne, R., Memon, A., Houlder, L., Lyons, A., & Bull, R. (2012). Reducing misinformation effects in older adults with Cognitive Interview mnemonics. Psychology & Aging, 27(4), 1191-1203. Click here for a PDF.
  • Memon, A., Dalton, G., Horry, R., Milne, R., & Wright. D.B. (Published Online November 2012) Screen Test. Journal of the Law Society of Scotland. Click here to read the article.
  • Memon, A. (Published online October 31st 2012) Remembering Episodes of Sexual Violence: The Impact of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder on Evidence, Fahamu Refugee Legal Newsletter. Click here to read article
  • Memon, A. (2012) Credibility of Asylum Claims:  Consistency and Accuracy of Autobiographical Memory Reports Following Trauma, Applied Cognitive Psychology, Click here for PDF
  • Gabbert, F., Wright, D.B., Memon, A., Skagerberg, E.M., & Jamieson, K. (2012) Memory Conformity Between Eyewitnesses, Court Review: Journal of the American Judges Association, 48(1-2), 36-43 Click here for PDF of entire special edition
  • Houston, K.A., Clifford, B, R., Phillips, L.H., & Memon, A. (2012, July 9) The Emotional Eyewitness: The Effects of Emotion on Specific Aspects of Eyewitness Recall and Recognition Performance. Emotion. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/a002922 Click here fore PDF.
  • Valentine, T., Davis, J.P., Memon, A., Roberts, A. (2012) Live Showups and Their Influence on a Subsequent Video Line-Up, Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26, 1-23 DOI: 10.1002/acp.1796 Click here for PDF.

2011

  • Mills, A., Meek, R. & Gojkovic, D. (2011). Exploring the relationship between the voluntary sector and the State in Criminal Justice. Voluntary Sector Review, 2(2), 193-213
  • Mullins, D., Rees, J. & Meek, R. (2011). Open public services and the third sector: what’s the evidence?. Research in public policy, 13, 15-17
  • Meek, R. (2011). Prison-based relationship counselling: service user perceptions and implications for resettlement, British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 39(4), 357-364
  • Meek, R. (2011). The possible selves of young fathers in prison. Journal of Adolescence, 34(5), 941-949
  • Mickes, L., Hwe, V., Wais, P. E., & Wixted, J. T. (2011). Strong memories are hard to scale. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 140, 239-257.
  • Colwell, K., Hiscock-Anisman, C., Corbett, L., Memon, A., Hauselt, W., Bonilla, Y. (2011) Change in suspect’s memory as a result of deception. American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 29(4). Click here for PDF.
  • Havard, C., Memon, A., Laybourn, P., & Cunningham, C. (2011). Own-age bias in video lineups: a comparison between children and adults. Psychology, Crime & Law. DOI:10.1080/1068316X.2011.598156. Click here for PDF.
  • Davis, C. J., Bowers, J. S., & Memon, A. (2011). Social Influence in Televised Election Debates: A Potential Distortion of Democracy. PLoS ONE 6(3). Click here for a PDF.
  • Memon, A., Havard, C., Clifford, B., Gabbert, F., & Watt, M. (2011). A field evaluation of the VIPER system: A new technique for eliciting eyewitness identification evidence. Psychology, Crime, & Law. First published on: 01 February 2011 (iFirst) doi: 10.1080/10683160903524333. Click here for a PDF.

2010

  • Meek, R., Lowe, K. & McPhillips, K. (2010). The impact of a custodial sentence on the siblings of young offenders. Prison Service Journal, 190, 26-31
  • Mickes, L., Johnson, E. M., & Wixted, J. T. (2010). Continuous recollection vs. unitized familiarity in associative recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 36, 843-863.
  • Wixted, J. T., & Mickes, L. (2010). A continuous dual-process model of remember/know judgments. Psychological Review, 117, 1025-1054.
  • Havard, C., Memon, A., Clifford, B. & Gabbert, F. (2010). A comparison of video and static photo lineups with child and adolescent witnesses. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24, 1209-1221.
  • Memon, A., Fraser, J. Colwell, K. Odinot, G. & Mastroberardino, S. (2010) Distinguishing truthful from invented accounts using reality monitoring criteria. Legal & Criminological Psychology. 15, 177-94. Click here for a PDF.
  • Memon, A., Meissner, C. A., & Fraser, J. (2010). The cognitive interview: A meta-analytic review and study space analysis of the past 25 years. Psychology, Public Policy, & Law, 6, 340-372. Click here for a PDF.
  • Memon, A., Zaragoza, M., Clifford, B. & Kidd, L. (2010) Inoculation or antidote? The effects of Cognitive Interview timing on false memory for forcibly fabricated events. Law & Human Behaviour, 34, 105-117. Click here for a PDF.
  • Otgaar, H., Candel, I. Memon, A. & Almerigogna, J. (2010) Differentiating between children’s true and false memories using Reality Monitoring criteria, Psychology, Crime & Law. 16, 555-566. Click here for a PDF.

2009

  • Darling, S. Martin, D., Hellman, J & Memon, A. (2009) Some witnesses are better than others. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 369-373
  • Havard, C. & Memon, A. (2009). The influence of face age on identification from a video line-up: A comparison between older and younger adults. Memory, 17, 847-859. Click here for a PDF.
  • Kopietz, R., Echterhoff, G., Niemeier, S., Hellmann, J. H., & Memon, A. (2009). Audience-congruent biases in eyewitness memory and judgment: Influences of a co-witness’ liking of a suspect. Social Psychology, 3, 133-144. Click here for PDF
  • Memon, A. Havard, C., Clifford, B. & Gabbert F. (2009). Obtaining evidence from child witnesses using video parades. Journal of Forensic Science, Medicine & Pathology, 5, 1-58
  • Wright, D. B., Memon, A., Skagerberg, E. M., & Gabbert, F. (2009). When eyewitnesses talk. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 18, 174-178. Click here for a PDF

2008

  • Meek, R. (2008). Young people, social exclusion and inter-generational tension. Children and society, 22(2), 124-135
  • Meek, R. (2008). Experiences of younger siblings of young men in prison. Children and Society, 22(4), 265-277
  • Darling, S., Valentine, T.  & Memon, A. (2008) Selection of Lineup Foils in Operational Contexts’ Applied Cognitive Psychology., 22, 159-169 Click Here for PDF
  • Hill, C., Memon, A. & McGeorge (2008).  The role of confirmation bias in suspect interviews: A systematic evaluation, Legal & Criminological Psychology, 13, 357-71 Click here for PDF
  • Hjelmsäter, E. Granhag, P-A, Strömwall, L & Memon, A. (2008) The effects of social influence on children’s memory reports: The omission and commission error asymmetry, Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 49, 507-513
  • Hope, L., Greene, E. Memon, A., Gavisk, M. & Houston, K. (2008). A Third Verdict Option:  Exploring the Impact of the Not Proven Verdict on Mock Juror Decision Making Law and Human Behavior, 32, 241-52 Click here for PDF
  • Memon, A., Mastroberardino, S & Fraser, J. (2008) Munsterberg’s Legacy: What does eyewitness research tell us about the reliability of eyewitness testimony? Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22, 841-51 Click here for PDF
  • Wright, D.B., Gabbert, F. Memon, A. & London, K. (2008).  Changing the criterion for memory conformity in free recall and recognition. Memory, 16, 137-48 Click here for PDF