Previous and current collaborators include:
- Prof Jackie Hodgson, Warwick Law School, UK
- Dr Robert Nash, Aston University, UK
- Prof. Maryanne Garry, University of Waikato, New Zealand
- Prof. Stephen Lindsay, University of Victoria, Canada
- Prof. Don Read, Simon Fraser University, Canada
- Dr Laura Mickes, Royal Holloway, United Kingdom
- Dr Derrick Watson, Warwick University, United Kingdom
- Prof. Neil Stewart, Warwick University, United Kingdom
- Dr Alan Scoboria, University of Windsor, Canada
- Mr Ross Ritchie, Warwick Business School, United Kingdom
- Dr Stefanie Sharman, Deakin University, Australia
- Dr Deryn Strange, CUNY, USA
- Dr Rachel Zajac, Otago University, New Zealand
In 2012, London-based artist Alasdair Hopwood invited me to participate in an Art-Science collaboration funded by the Wellcome Trust. Alasdair continues to work with prominent memory researchers around the world to explore the curious phenomenon of false memory. Since May 2013, films, images and documentation relating to this project have been displayed in art galleries across the UK. The exhibition will soon to the US, Australia and New Zealand, where Alasdair will work with other memory scientists.
Learn more about this fabulous project and contribute your own false memory to the archive: www.falsememoryarchive.com
In 2005, I started working with the organisers of the European Summer/Spring Institute, Center for Public Policy, to create an international summer school for students interested in the application of psychological, legal and criminological research to issues in criminal justice. The first Crime, Law and Psychology summer school was held in Prague in July 2006. It was a great success and the CLP programme has run every year since.
The programme aims to invite students from different backgrounds (psychology, legal studies, criminology, sociology), who are interested in the interrelatedness of crime, law and psychology and are willing to combine a challenging academic environment with the holiday excitement of Prague. Students have the opportunity to listen to professors from some of the UK’s best Universities, and to share their ideas and interests with practitioners during guest lectures and site visits. Students also have the opportunity to meet new friends and to explore the magnificence of Prague during special events organized by the programme staff.
For more information about this year’s CLP programme, see Prague Summer Schools