Publications

Books

  • Paterson, H. (2010). Co-witnesses Talk: The Effects of discussion on Eyewitness Memory. USA and UK: VDM Verlag Dr Muller.

Book Chapters

  • Paterson, H. M. & Monds, L. (2017). Forensic applications of social memory research. In M. L. Meade, C. B. Harris, P. Van Bergen, J. Sutton, & A. J. Barnier (Eds.). Collaborative remembering: Theories, research, and applications. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • van Golde, C. (2012). Controversies: Can we “Coach” children to provide better testimonies? In J. Shaw (Eds.), Psychology and Law Factbook. Kelowna, Canada: European Association of Psychology and Law Publishing House (EAPL).
  • van Golde, C. (2012). Fact Sheet: Child Eyewitnesses. In J. Shaw (Eds.), Psychology and Law Factbook, (pp. 1-4). Kelowna, Canada: European Association of Psychology and Law Publishing House (EAPL).

Journal Articles

  • Paterson, H.M., Luppino, D., Calderwood, C., MacDougall, H.G., Taubert, J. & Kemp, R.I. (in press). Can training improve eyewitness identification? The effect of internal feature focus on memory for faces. Psychology, Crime and Law.
  • Monds, L., van Golde, C., Takarangi, M., Paterson, H.M. & Flowe, H. (2017). Assessing the reliability of intoxicated witnesses. Australian Police Journal. 121-128.
  • Milligan-Saville, J. S., Paterson, H.M., Harkness, E. L., Marsh, A. M., Dobson, M., Kemp, R., Bryant, R. A., & Harvey, S. B. (2017). The amplification of common somatic symptoms by post-traumatic stress disorder in emergency service workers. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 30, 142-148.
  • Monds, L., Paterson, H. M., & Kemp, R. I. (Published online: 06 Oct 2016). Do emotional stimuli enhance or impede recall relative to neutral stimuli? An investigation of two “false memory” tasks. Memory.
  • Taubert, J., van Golde, C., Verstraten, F. (2017). Who is the Usual Suspect? Evidence of a Selection Bias Toward Faces That Make Direct Eye Contact in a Lineup Task. i-Perception, 8, 1-15. [More Information]
  • Taubert, J., van Golde, C., Verstraten, F. (2016). Faces in Context: Does Face Perception Depend on the Orientation of the Visual Scene? Perception, 45(10), 1184-1192. [More Information]
  • Doughty, N., Paterson, H., MacCann, C., Monds, L. (2017). Personality and memory conformity. Journal of Individual Differences, 38(1), 12-20. [More Information]
  • Harvey, S., Milligan-Saville, J., Paterson, H., Harkness, E., Marsh, A., Mark Dobson, M., Kemp, R., Bryant, R. (2016). The mental health of fire-fighters: An examination of the impact of repeated trauma exposure. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 50(7), 649-658. [More Information]
  • Monds, L., Paterson, H., Ali, S., Kemp, R., Bryant, R., McGregor, I. (2015). Cortisol response and psychological distress predict susceptibility to false memories for a trauma film. Memory. [More Information]
  • Gittins, C., Paterson, H., Sharpe, L. (2015). How does immediate recall of a stressful event affect psychological response to it? Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 46, 19-26. [More Information]
  • Mackay, T., Paterson, H. (2015). How does timing of recall affect eyewitness memory and psychological distress? Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 30, 242-253. [More Information]
  • Paterson, H., Eijkemans, H., Kemp, R. (2015). Investigating the impact of delayed administration on the efficacy of the self-administered interview. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 22(2), 307-317. [More Information]
  • Harkness, E., Paterson, H., Denson, T., Kemp, R., Mullan, B., Sainsbury, K. (2014). Can ego depletion and post-event discussion change the way we remember a crime?Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 22(2), 172-183. [More Information]
  • Villar, G., Arciuli, J., Paterson, H. (2014). Remorse in oral and handwritten false confessions. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 19(2), 255-269. [More Information]
  • Wang, E., Paterson, H., Kemp, R. (2014). The effects of immediate recall on eyewitness accuracy and susceptibility to misinformation. Psychology, Crime and Law, 20(7), 619-634. [More Information]
  • McPhee, I., Paterson, H., Kemp, R. (2014). The power of the spoken word: Can spoken-recall enhance eyewitness evidence? Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 21(4), 551-566.[More Information]
  • Monds, L., Paterson, H., Whittle, K. (2013). Can warnings decrease the misinformation effect in post-event debriefing? International Journal of Emergency Services, 2(1), 49-59.[More Information]
  • Paterson, H., Anderson, D., Kemp, R. (2013). Cautioning jurors regarding co-witness discussion: the impact of judicial warnings. Psychology, Crime and Law, 19(3), 287-304.[More Information]
  • Monds, L., Paterson, H., Kemp, R., Bryant, R. (2013). Do distress responses to a traumatic film predict susceptibility to the misinformation effect? Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 14(5), 562-575. [More Information]
  • Monds, L., Paterson, H., Kemp, R., Bryant, R. (2013). Individual differences in susceptibility to false memories for neutral and trauma-related words. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 20(3), 399-411. [More Information]
  • Villar, G., Arciuli, J., Paterson, H. (2013). Linguistic indicators of a false confession.Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 20(4), 504-518. [More Information]
  • Bostock Matsuko, D., Kemp, R., Paterson, H., Bryant, R. (2013). The assessment of post-traumatic stress disorder for workers’ compensation in emergency service personnel.Australian Psychologist, 48(6), 420-427. [More Information]
  • Villar, G., Arciuli, J., Paterson, H. (2013). Vocal pitch production during lying: Beliefs about deception matter. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 20(1), 123-132. [More Information]
  • Paterson, H., Kemp, R., McIntyre, S. (2012). Can a witness report hearsay evidence unintentionally? The effects of discussion on eyewitness memory. Psychology, Crime and Law, 18(6), 505-527. [More Information]
  • Petterson, B., Paterson, H. (2012). Culture and Conformity: The Effects of Independent and Interdependent Self-Construal on Witness Memory. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 19(5), 735-744. [More Information]
  • Paterson, H., Kemp, R. (2012). Ten Tips to Protect Eyewitness Evidence. Australian Police Journal, march, 28-33.
  • Paterson, H., Kemp, R., Ng, J. (2011). Combating co-witness contamination: Attempting to decrease the negative effects of discussion on eyewitness memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25(1), 43-52. [More Information]
  • Van Golde, C., Sharman, S., Candel, I. (2010). The effects of high and low prevalence information from different sources on the development of false beliefs.Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24(2), 152-163. [More Information]
  • Paterson, H., Kemp, R., Forgas, J. (2009). Co-witnesses, confederates, and conformity: Effects of discussion and delay on eyewitness memory. Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 16(Supplement), S112-S124. [More Information]
  • Harris, C., Paterson, H., Kemp, R. (2008). Collaborative recall and collective memory: What happens when we remember together? Memory, 16(3), 213-230. [More Information]
  • Paterson, H. (2006). Co-witnesses and the effects of discussion on eyewitness memory.International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 13(1), 146-149.
  • Paterson, H., Kemp, R. (2006). Co-witnesses talk: A survey of eyewitness discussion.Psychology, Crime and Law, 12(2), 181-191. [More Information]
  • Paterson, H., Kemp, R. (2006). Comparing methods of encountering post-event information: The power of co-witness suggestion. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 20(8), 1083-1099. [More Information]
  • Paterson, H., Kemp, R. (2005). Co-witness discussion: A survey of police officers’ attitudes, knowledge, and behaviour. Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 12(2), 424-434.
  • Suedfeld, P., Soriano, E., McMurtry, D., Paterson, H., Weiszbeck, T., Krell, R. (2005). Erikson’s “components of a healthy personality” among Holocaust survivors immediately and 40 years after the war. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 60(3), 229-248. [More Information]
  • Suedfeld, P., Paterson, H., Krell, R. (2005). Holocaust survivors and the world of work.Journal of Genocide Research, 7(2), 243-254. [More Information]