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2015Active behaviour change safety interventions in the construction industry: A systematic reviewLopez, Anna-Lena; Mullan, Barbara; Paterson, Helen; Smith, Lauren; Allom, Vanessa; Sainsbury, Kirby; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; Science Faculty AdminActive behaviour change safety interventions in the construction industry: A systematic review, Safety Science, vol.79, N/A, 2015,pp 139-148
2017The Amplification of Common Somatic Symptoms by Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in FirefightersHarkness, Emily; Marsh, Annabel; Paterson, Helen; Bryant, Richard; Harvey, Samuel B; Kemp, Richard; Mark Dobson, Mark; Milligan-Saville, Josie; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyThe Amplification of Common Somatic Symptoms by Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Firefighters, Journal of Traumatic Stress, vol.30, 2, 2017,pp 142-148
2013The assessment of post-traumatic stress disorder for workers’ compensation in emergency service personnelPaterson, Helen; Bostock Matsuko, Delphine; Bryant, Richard; Kemp, Richard; PsychologyThe assessment of post-traumatic stress disorder for workers’ compensation in emergency service personnel, Australian Psychologist, vol.48, 6, 2013,pp 420-427
2012Can a witness report hearsay evidence unintentionally? The effects of discussion on eyewitness memoryMcIntyre, Sarah; Paterson, Helen; Kemp, Richard I.; Psychology; PsychologyCan a witness report hearsay evidence unintentionally? The effects of discussion on eyewitness memory, Psychology, Crime and Law, vol.18, 6, 2012,pp 505-527
2014Can ego depletion and post-event discussion change the way we remember a crime?Harkness, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Paterson, Helen; Sainsbury, Kirby; Denson, Thomas; Kemp, Richard I.; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyCan ego depletion and post-event discussion change the way we remember a crime?, Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, vol.22, 2, 2014,pp 172-183
2017Can training improve eyewitness identification? The effect of internal feature focus on memory for facesCalderwood, Clare; Luppino, Daniella; MacDougall, Hamish; Paterson, Helen; Taubert, Jessica; Kemp, Richard; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyCan training improve eyewitness identification? The effect of internal feature focus on memory for faces, Psychology, Crime and Law, vol.23, 10, 2017,pp 927-945
2013Can warnings decrease the misinformation effect in post-event debriefing?Monds, Lauren; Paterson, Helen; Whittle, Keenan; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyCan warnings decrease the misinformation effect in post-event debriefing?, International Journal of Emergency Services, vol.2, 1, 2013,pp 49-59
2013Cautioning jurors regarding co-witness discussion: the impact of judicial warningsPaterson, Helen; Anderson, David; Kemp, Richard I.; PsychologyCautioning jurors regarding co-witness discussion: the impact of judicial warnings, Psychology, Crime and Law, vol.19, 3, 2013,pp 287-304
2005Co-witness discussion: A survey of police officers' attitudes, knowledge, and behaviourPaterson, Helen; Kemp, R; PsychologyCo-witness discussion: A survey of police officers' attitudes, knowledge, and behaviour, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, vol.12,(2),2005,pp 424-434
2009Co-witnesses, confederates, and conformity: Effects of discussion and delay on eyewitness memoryForgas, Joseph; Kemp, Richard; Paterson, Helen; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyCo-witnesses, confederates, and conformity: Effects of discussion and delay on eyewitness memory, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, vol.16, Supplement, 2009,pp S112-S124
2011Combating co-witness contamination: Attempting to decrease the negative effects of discussion on eyewitness memoryPaterson, Helen; Kemp, Richard I.; Ng, Jodie; PsychologyCombating co-witness contamination: Attempting to decrease the negative effects of discussion on eyewitness memory, Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol.25, 1, 2011,pp 43-52
2016Cortisol response and psychological distress predict susceptibility to false memories for a trauma filmMcGregor, Iain; Monds, Lauren Ann; Paterson, Helen; Ali, Sinan; Bryant, Richard; Kemp, Richard; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; PsychologyCortisol response and psychological distress predict susceptibility to false memories for a trauma film, Memory, vol.24, 9, 2016,pp 1278-1286
2016Cortisol response and psychological distress predict susceptibility to false memories for a trauma filmMcGregor, Iain; Monds, Lauren Ann; Paterson, Helen; Ali, Sinan; Bryant, Richard; Kemp, Richard; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; PsychologyCortisol response and psychological distress predict susceptibility to false memories for a trauma film, Memory, vol.24, 9, 2016,pp 1278-1286
2016Cortisol response and psychological distress predict susceptibility to false memories for a trauma filmMcGregor, Iain; Monds, Lauren Ann; Paterson, Helen; Ali, Sinan; Bryant, Richard; Kemp, Richard; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; PsychologyCortisol response and psychological distress predict susceptibility to false memories for a trauma film, Memory, vol.24, 9, 2016,pp 1278-1286
2012Culture and Conformity: The Effects of Independent and Interdependent Self-Construal on Witness MemoryPaterson, Helen; Petterson, Bianca; Psychology; PsychologyCulture and Conformity: The Effects of Independent and Interdependent Self-Construal on Witness Memory, Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, vol.19, 5, 2012,pp 735-744
2015Detrimental Effects of Post-Incident Debriefing on Memory and Psychological ResponsesPaterson, Helen; Whittle, Keenan; Kemp, Richard; Psychology; PsychologyDetrimental Effects of Post-Incident Debriefing on Memory and Psychological Responses, Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, vol.30, N/A, 2015,pp 27-37
2013Do distress responses to a traumatic film predict susceptibility to the misinformation effect?Monds, Lauren; Paterson, Helen; Bryant, Richard; Kemp, Richard; Psychology; PsychologyDo distress responses to a traumatic film predict susceptibility to the misinformation effect?, Journal of Trauma and Disassociation, vol.14, 5, 2013,pp 562-575
2017Do emotional stimuli enhance or impede recall relative to neutral stimuli? An investigation of two "false memory" tasksMonds, Lauren Ann; Paterson, Helen; Kemp, Richard; Central Clinical School: Medicine; PsychologyDo emotional stimuli enhance or impede recall relative to neutral stimuli? An investigation of two "false memory" tasks, Memory, vol.25, 8, 2017,pp 945-952
2014The effects of immediate recall on eyewitness accuracy and susceptibility to misinformationPaterson, Helen; Wang, Emyo; Kemp, Richard; Psychology; PsychologyThe effects of immediate recall on eyewitness accuracy and susceptibility to misinformation, Psychology, Crime and Law, vol.20, 7, 2014,pp 619-634
2015How does immediate recall of a stressful event affect psychological response to it?Gittins, Catherine; Paterson, Helen; Sharpe, Louise; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyHow does immediate recall of a stressful event affect psychological response to it?, Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, vol.46, N/A, 2015,pp 19-26