Yearly Archives: 2011

4th Annual Conference 2011

Here you will find a selection of talks presented at the iIIRG Annual Conference 2011, at the University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland. Please note that iIIRG accepts no responsibility for the content of the presentations – they were written by individuals (or groups) and reflect their own individual viewpoints and arguments and are not the express views of the iIIRG.

4th Annual Conference 2011 – Programme

Keynote Talks

Fisher – Keynote
Kassin – Keynote

Presentations

Ainsworth
Alberto, Ribeiro & Peixoto
Bettenay, Henry & Ridley
Brooks
Cherson & Lamb
Collins & Doherty
Collins, Doherty & Sneddon
Colomb, Jund, Ginet et al.
Dando & Bull
Dando, Gabbert & Hope
Drake
Eaton & Griffiths
Fisico, Wysman & Scoboria
Frowd & Fields
Gabbert, Hope, Fisher et al.
Gartrell
Gawrylowicz, Gabbert & Carson
Heydon & Griffiths
Hope, Mullis & Gabbert
Horselenberg, de Zutter & van Bergen
Jo & Cha
Korkman, Finnila-Tuohimaa & Dickinson
Launay, Py & Dermarchi
Leahy-Harland
Lai, Miranda
Malloy, Brubacher & Lamb
Marchant
Marlow
Marlow & Hilbourne
Mason
Memon, Milne & Westera
Milne
Nichol
O’Connor
Pereira
Ridley, Henry, Perry et al.
Ross
Sim & Lamb
van Gijn & Lamb
Vaughan
Wakefield & Moston
Walsh & Bull
Westera (1)
Westera (2)
Wurtzel
Wysman, Fisico & Scorboria

New membership fees for all members

Following our Membership Survey of 2011 and a recent Executive Committee meeting held on the 31st of May 2012, it has been decided to introduce membership fees for all members (with effect from 1st of September 2011) as follows:

Full members (academic and practitioner) – £30 per year
Student members – £15 per year

Membership fees will be requested from all members around the 1st of September 2011 and yearly thereafter.  Fees can be paid online when our new website becomes active shortly.

Membership will be free for the first year, however, only to new members after the 1st of September 2011.

Free Access to Psychology and Law Journal

The recent special issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science on Psychology and Law, showcases psychological research applied to the legal system. The research has implications for a wide range of legal activities, such as interviewing witnesses, for suspect confessions, and jury decision making.
This issue has received enormous interest both within the field and, particularly, outside of psychological science. Accordingly, in special arrangement with SAGE Publications, this issue is free to the public until 15 June, 2011.
Please click here to access this free issue.