Kristy Martire
Kristy Martire
School of Psychology, The University of New South Wales
Verified email at unsw.edu.au - Homepage
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The expression and interpretation of uncertain forensic science evidence: Verbal equivalence, evidence strength and the weak evidence effect
K Martire, R Kemp, I Watkins, M Sayle, B Newell
Law & Human Behavior, 2013
862013
On the interpretation of likelihood ratios in forensic science evidence: Presentation formats and the weak evidence effect
KA Martire, RI Kemp, M Sayle, BR Newell
Forensic science international 240, 61-68, 2014
752014
The impact of eyewitness expert evidence and judicial instruction on juror ability to evaluate eyewitness testimony.
KA Martire, RI Kemp
Law and Human Behavior 33 (3), 225, 2009
602009
Thinking forensics: Cognitive science for forensic practitioners
G Edmond, A Towler, B Growns, G Ribeiro, B Found, D White, ...
Science & Justice 57 (2), 144-154, 2017
542017
Model forensic science
G Edmond, B Found, K Martire, K Ballantyne, D Hamer, R Searston, ...
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 48 (5), 496-537, 2016
492016
The relationship between socioeconomic status and ‘hardcore’smoking over time–greater accumulation of hardened smokers in low-SES than high-SES smokers
P Clare, D Bradford, RJ Courtney, K Martire, RP Mattick
Tobacco control 23 (e2), e133-e138, 2014
472014
The Psychology of Interpreting Expert Evaluative Opinions’(2013)
KA Martire, RI Kemp, BR Newell
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 45, 305, 0
43*
How to cross-examine forensic scientists: A guide for lawyers
G Edmond, K Martire, R Kemp, B Hamer, David Hibbert, A Ligertwood, ...
Australian Bar Review 39, 174-197, 2014
422014
Can experts help jurors to evaluate eyewitness evidence? A review of eyewitness expert effects
KA Martire, RI Kemp
Legal and Criminological Psychology 16 (1), 24-36, 2011
392011
Does coerced treatment of substance using offenders lead to improvement in substance use and recidivism? A review of the treatment efficacy literature
D Bright, K Martire
Australian Psychologist 48, 69-81, 2012
382012
Cigarette tax and public health: what are the implications of financially stressed smokers for the effects of price increases on smoking prevalence?
KA Martire, RP Mattick, CM Doran, WD Hall
Addiction 106 (3), 622-630, 2011
372011
Unsound law: Issues with (expert) voice comparison evidence
G Edmond, K Martire, M San Roque
Melb. UL Rev. 35, 52, 2011
33*2011
A comment on the PCAST report: Skip the “match”/“non-match” stage
GS Morrison, DH Kaye, DJ Balding, D Taylor, P Dawid, CGG Aitken, ...
Forensic science international 272, e7-e9, 2017
282017
Smoking Cessation among Low-Socioeconomic Status and Disadvantaged Population Groups: A Systematic Review of Research Output
R Courtney, N Sundresan, A Shakeshaft, P Clare, K Martire, R Mattick
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12 (6 …, 2015
282015
Rethinking expert opinion evidence
KA Martire, G Edmond
Melbourne University Law Review 40 (3), 967-998, 2017
252017
Reporting on the comparison and interpretation of pattern evidence: recommendations for forensic specialists
B Found, G Edmond
Australian journal of forensic sciences 44 (2), 193-196, 2012
252012
Perception problems of the verbal scale: a reanalysis and application of a membership function approach
KA Martire, I Watkins
Science & Justice 55 (4), 264-273, 2015
232015
Predictors of retention in a randomised trial of smoking cessation in low-socioeconomic status Australian smokers
RJ Courtney, P Clare, V Boland, KA Martire, B Bonevski, W Hall, ...
Addictive behaviors 64, 13-20, 2017
222017
Are forensic scientists experts?
A Towler, D White, K Ballantyne, RA Searston, KA Martire, RI Kemp
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 7 (2), 199-208, 2018
212018
Factors affecting criminal recidivism among participants in the Magistrates Early Referral into Treatment (MERIT) program in New South Wales, Australia
S Larney, KA Martire
Drug and Alcohol Review 29 (6), 684-688, 2010
172010
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