Rebecca Milne
Rebecca Milne
Professor of Forensic Psychology, University of Portsmouth
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Investigative interviewing: Psychology and practice
B Milne, R Bull
Wiley, 1999
8901999
Investigative interviewing: Psychology and Practice
M Bull
890*1999
Increasing cognitive load to facilitate lie detection: The benefit of recalling an event in reverse order
A Vrij, SA Mann, RP Fisher, S Leal, R Milne, R Bull
Law and human behavior 32 (3), 253-265, 2008
5842008
The cognitive interview: A meta-analysis
G Köhnken, R Milne, A Memon, R Bull
Psychology, Crime and Law 5 (1-2), 3-27, 1999
4441999
A national evaluation of the PEACE Investigative Interviewing Course
C Clarke, R Milne
Home office, 2001
4432001
Police officers' perceptions of eyewitness performance in forensic investigations
MR Kebbell, R Milne
The Journal of social psychology 138 (3), 323-330, 1998
2571998
Will it all end in tiers? Police interviews with suspects in Britain
A Griffiths, B Milne
Investigative interviewing, 189-211, 2013
2372013
The cognitive interview: A survey of its forensic effectiveness
MR Kebbell, R Milne, GF Wagstaff
Psychology, crime and law 5 (1-2), 101-115, 1999
2151999
Back to basics: A componential analysis of the original cognitive interview mnemonics with three age groups
R Milne, R Bull
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2002
1822002
Towards understanding the effects of interviewer training in evaluating the cognitive interview
A Memon, A Holley, R Milne, G Koehnken, R Bull
Applied Cognitive Psychology 8 (7), 641-659, 1994
1661994
The cognitive interview: Inexperienced police officers' perceptions of their witness/victim interviewing practices
C Dando, R Wilcock, R Milne
Legal and Criminological Psychology 13 (1), 59-70, 2008
1602008
The cognitive interview: The efficacy of a modified mental reinstatement of context procedure for frontline police investigators
C Dando, R Wilcock, R Milne
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2009
1532009
Interviewing suspects of crime: The impact of PEACE training, supervision and the presence of a legal advisor
C Clarke, R Milne, R Bull
Journal of investigative psychology and offender profiling 8 (2), 149-162, 2011
1302011
Interviewing victims of crime, including children and people with intellectual disabilities
R Milne, R Bull
Practical psychology for forensic investigations and prosecutions, 7-24, 2006
1282006
Does the cognitive interview help children to resist the effects of suggestive questioning?
R Milne, R Bull
Legal and Criminological Psychology 8 (1), 21-38, 2003
1252003
Interviewing cooperative witnesses
RP Fisher, R Milne, R Bull
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (1), 16-19, 2011
1232011
A modified cognitive interview procedure for frontline police investigators
C Dando, R Wilcock, R Milne, L Henry
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2009
1222009
Using the cognitive interview with adults with mild learning disabilities
R Milne, ICH Clare, R Bull
Psychology, Crime and Law 5 (1-2), 81-99, 1999
1031999
Interviewing witnesses with learning disabilities for legal purposes
R Milne, R Bull
British Journal of Learning Disabilities 29 (3), 93-97, 2001
952001
The effects of children's age and delay on recall in a cognitive or structured interview
L Akehurst, R Milne, G Ko¨ hnken
Taylor & Francis Group 9 (1), 97-107, 2003
912003
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