Professor Gavin E. Oxburgh
Professor Gavin E. Oxburgh
Professor of Applied Forensic Psychology
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TitleCited byYear
The question of question types in police interviews: A review of the literature from a psychological and linguistic perspective.
GE Oxburgh, T Myklebust, T Grant
International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law 17 (1), 2010
1012010
The use and efficacy of empathy in police interviews with suspects of sexual offences
G Oxburgh, J Ost
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 8 (2), 178-188, 2011
502011
Police interviews with suspected child sex offenders: does use of empathy and question type influence the amount of investigation relevant information obtained?
G Oxburgh, J Ost, J Cherryman
Psychology, Crime & Law 18 (3), 259-273, 2012
442012
Investigative interviews with victims of child sexual abuse: The relationship between question type and investigation relevant information
E Phillips, G Oxburgh, A Gavin, T Myklebust
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 27 (1), 45-54, 2012
372012
Myths and legends: The reality of rape offences reported to a UK police force
GF Waterhouse, A Reynolds, V Egan
The European journal of psychology applied to legal context 8 (1), 1-10, 2016
292016
Police officers' use of emotional language during child sexual abuse investigations
G Oxburgh, T Williamson, J Ost
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 3 (1), 35-45, 2006
282006
Psychology and interviewing: what direction now in our quest for reliable information?
GE Oxburgh, CJ Dando
The British Journal of Forensic Practice 13 (2), 135-144, 2011
262011
International developments and practices in investigative interviewing and interrogation: Volume 1: Victims and witnesses
D Walsh, GE Oxburgh, AD Redlich, T Myklebust
Routledge, 2017
152017
Communication in investigative and legal contexts: Integrated approaches from forensic psychology, linguistics and law enforcement
G Oxburgh, T Myklebust, T Grant, R Milne
John Wiley & Sons, 2015
152015
The impact of question type and empathy on police interviews with suspects of homicide, filicide and child sexual abuse
J Oxburgh, G. E., Ost, J., Morris, P., & Cherryman
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 21 (6), 904-917, 2014
13*2014
Police officers’ perceptions of interviews in cases of sexual offences and murder involving children and adult victims.
J Oxburgh, G. E., Ost, J., Morris, P., Cherryman
Police Practice & Research: An International Journal 16 (1), 36-50, 2015
11*2015
The importance of applied research in investigative interviewing: A real‐life perspective
GE Oxburgh, D Walsh, B Milne
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 8 (2), 105-109, 2011
112011
Investigative interviewing of suspects: Historical and contemporary developments in research
D Walsh, GE Oxburgh
Forensic Update, 2008
102008
Empathy in the field: Towards a taxonomy of empathic communication in information gathering interviews with suspected sex offenders
CJ Dando, GE Oxburgh
The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 8 (1), 27-33, 2016
92016
Developing a more effective framework for the investigative interviewing of suspected sex offenders
GE Oxburgh
University of Portsmouth, 2011
62011
Interviewing suspected offenders
G Oxburgh, I Fahsing, K Haworth, JP Blair
Communication in investigative and legal contexts: Integrated approaches …, 2016
52016
Reviewing the Case (Post Interview)
T Myklebust, GE Oxburgh
Children’s Testimony: A Handbook of Psychological Research and Forensic …, 2011
42011
How Might Crime-Scripts Be Used to Support the Understanding and Policing of Cloud Crime?
S Warren, G Oxburgh, P Briggs, D Wall
International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy …, 2017
32017
Exploring types and functions of questions in police interviews
T Grant, J Taylor, G Oxburgh, T Myklebust
Communication in Investigative and Legal Contexts: Integrated Approaches …, 2016
32016
Police interviews with suspected child sex offenders: does question type, empathy, or interviewer training influence the amount of investigation relevant information obtained?
G Oxburgh, J Ost, J Cherryman
Psychology, Crime & Law 18 (3), 259-273, 2012
32012
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