Research Publications

 

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Conference Presentations

  • Thorley, C. (2018). Costs and Benefits of Collaborative Remembering. 1st Meeting of the Australasian Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ASPP), Macquarie University, Sydney.

    • Part of a symposium on Collective Memory

  • Lorek, J., Centifanti, L., Lyons, M., & Thorley, C. (2018). The impact of trial experience on mock jurors' note taking during trials and subsequent recall of evidence. Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), Turku.

  • Thorley, C., Almond, L., Gregory, G., McAlonan, V., and McLoughlin, A (2017). Sexual assault victims' age estimation accuracy when describing stranger offenders. 37th Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law (ANZAPPL) Annual Congress, Perth.

  • Lorek, J. & Thorley, C. (2017). The effects of jurors’ divided and sustained attention on note taking during trials and memory of trial evidence. Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), Mechelen.

 

  • Ahsan, T., Washington, D., Thorley, C., Taylor, P., &  Nathan, R. (2017). The influence of the format of presentation of clinical histories (narrative versus template) on clinicians’ ability to recall risk related information. Royal College of Psychiatrists' Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry Annual Conference, Madrid. 

  • Marchant, D., Greenall, J., Ellison, P., & Thorley C. (2016). The Effect of an Acute Bout of Aerobic Exercise on Short-Term Memory. The British Psychological Society's Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology Conference, Cardiff.

    • Winner of the delegate choice prize for best research poster at the conference.

 

  • Thorley, C., Bades, J., McCabe, A., & Goodwin, D. (2016). Note taking guidance enhances the volume of trial evidence jurors note down and their subsequent recall of this evidence. Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), Toulouse.

  • Lorek, J., Murphy, A., Windsor, L., & Thorley, C. (2016).The impact of handwriting speed on jurors note taking quality and subsequent recollection of trial evidence. Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), Toulouse.

 

  • Thorley, C., Cosgrove, R., Hutton, R. & Sayers, J. (2015).  Note taking and note reviewing enhance jurors' recall of trial evidence. Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), Nuremberg.

 

  • Thorley C., Budworth, L., Masters, H., Wayland, A.R., & Su, Q. (2014). Blame conformity: Attributions of blame for a crime can be shifted onto innocent bystanders. Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), St. Petersburg, Russia.

  • Campbell, C., & Thorley, C. (2013). Birds of a feather misremember together: Shared social identities increase memory conformity. British Psychological Society Social Psychology Section Annual Conference, University of Exeter.

 

  • Thorley, C., & Rushton-Woods, J. (2013). Blame conformity: Leading eyewitness statements can influence attributions of blame for an accident. Association for Psychological Science, 25th Annual Convention, Washington D.C.

 

  • Schnitzspahn, K. M., Thorley, C., Phillips, L, & Kliegel, M. (2013). Are we more forgetful when we are happy or sad? The influence of emotion on age-related prospective memory. The 2013 International Neuropsychological Society Mid-Year Meeting, Amsterdam.

 

  • Schnitzspahn, K. M., Thorley, C., Phillips, L, & Kliegel, M. (2012). Are we more forgetful when we are happy or sad? The influence of emotion on age-related prospective memory. Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

  • Thorley, C. (2010). Collaborative prospective memory. Association for Psychological Science, 22nd Annual Convention, Boston.

 

  • Thorley, C., and Dewhurst, S. A. (2009). Collaborative false recognition. Association for Psychological Science, 21st Annual Convention, San Francisco.

 

  • Thorley, C., and Dewhurst, S. A. (2008). Individual differences in memory conformity. Association for Psychological Science, 20th Annual Convention, Chicago.

 

  • Thorley, C., and Dewhurst, S. A. (2007). Memory conformity and suggestibility. European Society for Cognitive Psychology’s XV Conference, Marseille.

 

  • Thorley, C., and Dewhurst, S. A. (2007). Memory conformity and suggestibility. British Psychological Society, XXIV Annual Cognitive Section Conference, Aberdeen University.

 

  • Thorley, C., and Dewhurst, S. A. (2006). False recall in collaborative groups. Association for Psychological Science, 18th Annual Convention, New York.

 

  • Thorley, C., and Dewhurst, S. A. (2006). Effects of collaborative remembering on false recognition: Social contagion or conformity? British Psychological Society, XXIII Annual Cognitive Section Conference, Lancaster University.

Invited Talks

 

  • University of Swansea (November, 2014). Blame conformity.

  • College of Policing: Better Policing Collaborative Research Seminar Series (April, 2014). A Crash Course in Statistical Concepts.

 

  • University of Central Lancashire (February, 2014). Blame conformity.

 

  • University of Geneva (December, 2013). Investigations into eyewitness memory.

 

  • Goldsmiths, University of London (June, 2012). How to incorporate employability skills into psychology teaching and learning.

 

  • University of Hull (April, 2012). Are we more forgetful when we are happy or sad? The influence of emotion on age-related prospective memory.

 

  • Oxford Brookes University (October, 2010). Collaborative prospective memory.

 

  • University of Central Lancashire (December, 2008). Memory conformity and suggestibility.

 

  • Liverpool Hope University (October, 2008). Memory conformity and suggestibility.