Presentations

Presentations

 

Invited Presentations and Lectures (2009-2015)

  • Invited Lecture: Encoding at the Sharp End: Memory and the Operational Witness. University of Lancaster (14 January 2015)
  • Invited Keynote: Capturing Eyewitness Memory. VII Conference of Psychology and Law, Krakow, Poland (12 October 2014)
  • Invited Presentation: Memory and Performance – Documenting and understanding high stakes incidents. STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation, Harvard Medical School, U.S. (9th May 2014).
  • Invited Presentation: Preserving Witness and Victim Evidence in Challenging Conditions. Amnesty International, London (14 August 2013).
  • Invited Discussant: Retrieval Support in Investigative Interviewing. Society of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (26-29 June 2013).
  • Invited Presentation: Protecting Eyewitness Evidence at the Scene of an Incident. Asian Conference of Criminal & Operations Psychology, Singapore (20-23 May 2013).
  • Invited Presentation: Preserving Evidence & Promoting Reliable Accounts. International Criminal Court, The Hague (19 April 2012).
  • Invited Lecture: Promoting justice, protecting victims and supporting witnesses: Using the Self-Administered Interview (SAI©). Norwegian Police Academy, Oslo (12 December 2012).
  • Invited Lecture: Capturing Witness Memory at the Scene. CEPOL European Police College, Stockholm, Sweden (14 September 2012).
  • Invited Seminar: Witness Memory – Tools & Techniques to Enhance Recall. Greater Manchester Police – Investigative Interviewing Regional Advisors (28 September 2011).
  • Invited Lecture: The Self-Administered Interview: Capturing Witness Memory at the Scene. CEPOL European Police College, Stockholm, Sweden (25 May 2011).
  • Invited Address: Improving Post-Crash Response: Witness statements – how to get the most from them, Roadpeace Charity, London (22 September, 2010).
  • Invited Seminar: Witness Memory and the Self-Administered Interview. Oslo Police Headquarters, Norway (25 & 26 August, 2010).
  • Invited Address: Risky Business - Learning from other High Risk Industries for Patient and Public Safety, London (September, 2009).
  • Invited Seminar: Capturing Memory: Psychology of Witness Memory. Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland, Belfast (June 2010) in conjunction with ICJS.
  • Invited Plenary Symposium: Novel Procedures to Improve the Collection of Eyewitness Testimony. Society of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Kyoto, Japan. (July, 2009)
  • Invited Lecture: Capturing Memory: Psychology of Witness Memory. Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission, Dublin (May 2008 & 2009) in conjunction with ICJS.
  • Invited Lecture: Investigative Interviewing Meeting. British Transport Police (April 2009).

Refereed Conference Presentations (since 2010)

  • Hope, L., Bracey, A., & Gabbert, F. (2014). What did they say? Using a timeline technique to elicit details of overheard criminal conversations International Investigative Interviewing Research Group (IIIRG). June 2014; Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Hope, L., Blocksidge, D., & Gabbert, F. (2014). Memory and the ‘Operational Witness’: Police officer recall of firearms encounters as a function of active response role. International Investigative Interviewing Research Group (IIIRG). June 2014; Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Hope, L., Lewinski, W., Dixon, J., Blocksidge, D. & Gabbert, F. (2012). Witnesses in action: The effect of physical exertion on recall and recognition. American Psychology and Law Society, March 2012. San Juan: Puerto Rico.
  • Hope, L., Gabbert, F., & Brewer, N. (2011). Regulating Memory: Increasing output quantity and diagnosing accuracy with a Grain Size approach. Fifth International Conference on Memory (ICOM). July 2011, York.
  • Hope, L., Mullis, R, & Gabbert, N. (2011). Who did what? When? Using a Timeline Tool to interview witnesses. Fifth International Conference on Memory (ICOM). July 2011, York.
  • Gabbert, F., Hope, L., Lindsay, K., Skowronska, E. & Sauer, J. (August, 2011). Does an immediate recall test increase eyewitness suggestibility? Fifth International Conference on Memory (ICOM). July 2011, York.
  • Millen, A., Hope, L., Hillstrom, A. & Vrij, A (2011). Using memory dependent eye movements and confidence judgements to detect deception during concealed. SARMAC IX, July 2011, New York.
  • Gabbert, F., Hope, L., & Lindsay, K. (2011). Does an early recall opportunity make witnesses more susceptible to misinformation? SARMAC IX, July 2011, New York.
  • Hope, L., Gabbert, F., & Brewer, N. (2011). Enhancing eyewitness output: The regulation of remembering during investigative interviews. SARMAC IX, July 2011, New York.
  • Hope, L. (2011). Capturing witness memory at the scene of an incident: The Self-Administered Interview. Meeting of the British Psychology Society Division of Forensic Psychology, June, 2011, Portsmouth, UK.
  • Hope, L., Mullis, R. & Gabbert, F. (2011). Who did what? When? Using a Timeline Tool to elicit witness information. International Investigative Interviewing Research Group (IIIRG). June 2011; Dundee, UK.
  • Gabbert, F., Hope, L., Retford, S. (2011). Field trials of the Self-Administered Interview. Invited Address at the meeting of the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group (IIIRG). June 2011; Dundee, UK.
  • Clarke, R. Dando, C., Gabbert F. & Hope, L. (June, 2011). Toward assisting older witnesses and victims to give best evidence. The 4th Annual Conference of the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group, Dundee, U.K.
  • Hope, L., Mullis, R. & Gabbert, F. (2011). Who did what? When? Using a Timeline Tool to elicit details of complex witnessed events. 4th International Congress on Psychology and Law. 2-5 March, 2011; Miami, USA.
  • Millen, A., Hope, L., Hillstrom, A. & Vrij, A. (2011). Tracking the truth: Cognitive load and eye movement-based memory effects (EMME) during concealed face recognition. 4th International Congress on Psychology and Law. 2-5 March, 2011; Miami, USA.
  • Brewer, N., Nagesh, A., Hope, L., & Gabbert, F. (October, 2010). Increasing forensic interview outputs while diagnosing accuracy. Invited Symposium on Novel Ways of Understanding the Mind, 3rd Congress of the Asean Regional Union of Psychological Societies, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Hope, L. & Gabbert, F. (2010). Who do we rely on? Exploring the role of co-witness relationship in recall and susceptibility to misinformation. Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Bochum & Essen (Germany), 25 – 28 August, 2010.
  • Gabbert, F., Hope, L., & Jamieson, K. (2010). When do we rely on information from others? Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Bochum & Essen (Germany), 25 – 28 August, 2010.
  • Gabbert, F., Hope, L., Jamieson, K. & Confrey, M. (June, 2010). Field trials of the Self-Administered Interview (SAI) recall tool with real eye-witnesses. European Association of Psychology and Law, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • Hope, L., Gabbert, F., Brewer, N., Tull, M. & Nagesh, A. (June, 2010). Interviewing eyewitnesses: Enhancing output quantity and diagnosing accuracy using the Grain Size technique. European Association of Psychology and Law, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • Ost, J., Wright, D. B., Easton, S., Hope, L., & French, C. C. (2010). Recovered memories, satanic abuse, dissociative identity disorder and false memories in the United Kingdom: A survey of Chartered Clinical Psychologists and Hypnotherapists’ beliefs. European Association of Psychology and Law, 15-18 June, Göteborg, Sweden.
  • Gabbert, F., Hope, L. & Jamieson, K. (March, 2010). In the field: Trials of self-administered interview recall tool with witnesses to serious crime. American Psychology and Law Society, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Hope, L. & Gabbert, F. (March, 2010). Exploring the impact of conferring on individual and collaborative recall in dynamic firearms response contexts. American Psychology and Law Society, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Brewer, N., Muller, T., Nagesh, A., Hope, L. & Gabbert, F. (March, 2010). Interviewing eyewitnesses: Enhancing outputs by controlling the grain size of reports. American Psychology and Law Society, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Ost, J., Wright, D. B., Easton, S., Hope, L., & French, C. C. (2010). 15 years on : The experiences and beliefs of Chartered Clinical Psychologists and Hypnotherapists. Invited presentation given at the BFMS AGM 27th March 2010, London, UK.

 

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