Kate Houston
TitleCited byYear
Obtaining guilty knowledge in human intelligence interrogations: Comparing accusatorial and information-gathering approaches with a novel experimental paradigm
JR Evans, CA Meissner, AB Ross, KA Houston, MB Russano, AJ Horgan
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 2 (2), 83-88, 2013
632013
An empirical evaluation of intelligence‐gathering interrogation techniques from the United States Army field manual
JR Evans, KA Houston, CA Meissner, AB Ross, JR LaBianca, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (6), 867-875, 2014
392014
The emotional eyewitness: The effects of emotion on specific aspects of eyewitness recall and recognition performance.
KA Houston, BR Clifford, LH Phillips, A Memon
Emotion 13 (1), 118, 2013
342013
Using the model statement to elicit information and cues to deceit from native speakers, non‐native speakers and those talking through an interpreter
S Ewens, A Vrij, S Leal, S Mann, E Jo, A Shaboltas, M Ivanova, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (6), 854-862, 2016
302016
Expert testimony on eyewitness evidence: In search of common sense
KA Houston, L Hope, A Memon, J Don Read
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 31 (5), 637-651, 2013
282013
Psychological processes underlying true and false confessions
KA Houston, CA Meissner, JR Evans
Investigative interviewing, 19-34, 2014
252014
Using the model statement to elicit information and cues to deceit in interpreter-based interviews
A Vrij, S Leal, S Mann, G Dalton, E Jo, A Shaboltas, M Khaleeva, ...
Acta Psychologica 177, 44-53, 2017
192017
Matching unfamiliar faces from poor quality closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage
WJ Lee, C Wilkinson, A Memon, K Houston
Axis: The Online Journal of CAHId 1 (1), 19-28, 2009
192009
A third verdict option: Exploring the impact of the not proven verdict on mock juror decision making
L Hope, E Greene, A Memon, M Gavisk, K Houston
Law and human behavior 32 (3), 241-252, 2008
182008
The effect of the presence and seating position of an interpreter on eliciting information and cues to deceit
S Ewens, A Vrij, S Mann, S Leal, E Jo, K Houston
Psychology, Crime & Law 23 (2), 180-200, 2017
142017
Sketching as a technique to eliciting information and cues to deceit in interpreter-based interviews
A Vrij, S Leal, RP Fisher, S Mann, G Dalton, E Jo, A Shaboltas, ...
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 7 (2), 303-313, 2018
112018
A positive, collaborative, and theoretically-based approach to improving deception detection.
JR Evans, KA Houston, CA Meissner
Elsevier Science, 2012
92012
‘Any friend of yours is a friend of mine’: investigating the utilization of an interpreter in an investigative interview
KA Houston, MB Russano, EP Ricks
Psychology, Crime & Law 23 (5), 413-426, 2017
82017
Using unexpected questions to elicit information and cues to deceit in interpreter‐based interviews
A Vrij, S Leal, S Mann, RP Fisher, G Dalton, E Jo, A Shaboltas, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 32 (1), 94-104, 2018
72018
Remembering remotely: would video-mediation impair witnesses' memory reports?
RA Nash, KA Houston, K Ryan, N Woodger
Psychology, Crime & Law 20 (8), 756-768, 2014
72014
Eyewitness memory
SM Lane, KA Houston
Psychological Science and the Law, 104, 2019
52019
Eliciting information and cues to deceit through sketching in interpreter‐based interviews
A Vrij, S Leal, RP Fisher, S Mann, E Jo, A Shaboltas, M Khaleeva, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2019
12019
The emotional eyewitness: An investigation into the effects of anger on eyewitness recall and recognition performance
KA Houston
University of Aberdeen, 2010
12010
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
JR Evansa, CA Meissnerb, AB Rossb, KA Houstonb, MB Russanoc, ...
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 2, 83-88, 2013
2013
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