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2014A 21-year retrospective outcome study of New South Wales forensic patients granted conditional and unconditional releaseNielssen, Olav; Hayes, Heather; Kemp, Richard I.; Large, Matthew; Northern Clinical School: Psychological MedicineA 21-year retrospective outcome study of New South Wales forensic patients granted conditional and unconditional release, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol.48, 3, 2014,pp 259-282
2010Atkins v The Emperor: The 'Cautious' Use of Unreliable 'Expert' OpinionHamer, David; Biber, Katherine; Burton, Michael; Edmond, Gary; Kemp, Richard I.; Porter, Glenn; San Roque, Mehera; LawAtkins v The Emperor: The 'Cautious' Use of Unreliable 'Expert' Opinion, International Journal of Evidence and Proof, vol.14, 2,pp 2010-146
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
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
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
2015Error rates in users of automatic face recognition softwareSchmid, Alexandra; Dunn, James; Kemp, Richard I.; White, David; PsychologyError rates in users of automatic face recognition software, PloS One, vol.10, 10, 2015,pp 1-14
2015Investigating the impact of delayed administration on the efficacy of the self-administered interviewPaterson, Helen; Eijkemans, Hester; Kemp, Richard I.; PsychologyInvestigating the impact of delayed administration on the efficacy of the self-administered interview, Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, vol.22, 2, 2015,pp 307-317