Fiona Gabbert
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Memory conformity: Can eyewitnesses influence each other's memories for an event?
F Gabbert, A Memon, K Allan
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2003
Say it to my face: Examining the effects of socially encountered misinformation
F Gabbert, A Memon, K Allan, DB Wright
Legal and Criminological Psychology 9 (2), 215-227, 2004
Protecting eyewitness evidence: examining the efficacy of a self-administered interview tool.
F Gabbert, L Hope, RP Fisher
Law and human behavior 33 (4), 298, 2009
When eyewitnesses talk
DB Wright, A Memon, EM Skagerberg, F Gabbert
Current Directions in Psychological Science 18 (3), 174-178, 2009
Memory conformity: Disentangling the steps toward influence during a discussion
F Gabbert, A Memon, DB Wright
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 13, 480-485, 2006
Registered replication report: Schooler and engstler-schooler (1990)
VK Alogna, MK Attaya, P Aucoin, Š Bahník, S Birch, AR Birt, BH Bornstein, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (5), 556-578, 2014
I saw it for longer than you: The relationship between perceived encoding duration and memory conformity
F Gabbert, A Memon, DB Wright
Acta psychologica 124 (3), 319-331, 2007
“With a little help from my friends…”: The role of co-witness relationship in susceptibility to misinformation
L Hope, J Ost, F Gabbert, S Healey, E Lenton
Acta Psychologica 127 (2), 476-484, 2008
Protecting against misleading post‐event information with a self‐administered interview
F Gabbert, L Hope, RP Fisher, K Jamieson
Applied Cognitive Psychology 26 (4), 568-575, 2012
From laboratory to the street: Capturing witness memory using the Self‐Administered Interview
L Hope, F Gabbert, RP Fisher
Legal and criminological psychology 16 (2), 211-226, 2011
Exploring the use of rapport in professional information‐gathering contexts by systematically mapping the evidence base
F Gabbert, L Hope, K Luther, G Wright, M Ng, G Oxburgh
Applied Cognitive Psychology 35 (2), 329-341, 2021
Protecting and enhancing eyewitness memory: The impact of an initial recall attempt on performance in an investigative interview
L Hope, F Gabbert, RP Fisher, K Jamieson
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (3), 304-313, 2014
Who? What? When? Using a timeline technique to facilitate recall of a complex event
L Hope, R Mullis, F Gabbert
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 2 (1), 20-24, 2013
Improving the identification accuracy of senior witnesses: Do prelineup questions and sequential testing help?
A Memon, F Gabbert
Journal of Applied Psychology 88 (2), 341, 2003
A field evaluation of the VIPER system: A new technique for eliciting eyewitness identification evidence
A Memon, C Havard, B Clifford, F Gabbert, M Watt
Psychology, Crime & Law 17 (8), 711-729, 2011
Memory and the operational witness: Police officer recall of firearms encounters as a function of active response role.
L Hope, D Blocksidge, F Gabbert, JD Sauer, W Lewinski, A Mirashi, ...
Law and human behavior 40 (1), 23, 2016
The analysis of nonverbal communication: The dangers of pseudoscience in security and justice contexts
V Denault, P Plusquellec, LM Jupe, M St-Yves, NE Dunbar, M Hartwig, ...
Anuario de Psicología Jurídica 30 (1), 1-12, 2020
Unravelling the effects of sequential presentation in culprit‐present lineups
A Memon, F Gabbert
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2003
I still think it was a banana: Memorable ‘lies’ and forgettable ‘truths’
K Allan, F Gabbert
Acta psychologica 127 (2), 299-308, 2008
Memory conformity and the perceived accuracy of self versus other
K Allan, JP Midjord, D Martin, F Gabbert
Memory & Cognition 40, 280-286, 2012
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