Samantha Rasor (2021) – MSc: Developing and testing new simulated crime stimuli for eyewitness memory research.

Dr Harriet Moore
PhD (2020): Understanding the effects of lying by fabrication on memory for the truth.MSc (2014): Detecting lies from autobiographical memories

Dr Danielle Norman
PhD (2020, Secondary advisor): Factors modulating memory-based deception detection in concealed information tests

Dr Divya Sukumar
PhD (2019): Understanding the broader implications of strategic evidence disclosure in police interviews with suspects

Dr Sophie Nightingale
PhD (2018): The impact of digital change on memory and cognition

Dr Melissa Colloff
PhD (2017): Eyewitness identification performance on lineups for distinctive suspects

Dr Debbie Wright
PhD (2013): The mediating and moderating factors of fabricated evidence on false confessions, beliefs and memory

Lucinda Lui

Lucinda Lui
MPhil (2013): Examining the effects of distorted retellings on memory

Dr Theodora Zarkadi
PhD (2010, Secondary advisor): Eyewitness identification: Improving police lineups for suspects with distinctive features

Dr Robert Nash
PhD (2009): The metacognitive roles of external evidence in memory construction

Sarah Green
MSc (2008): Fabricated evidence and false eyewitness testimony