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Profile: Dr Hayley Ness

Dr Hayley Ness

Dr Hayley Ness's research

Zoe Walkington et al. (2018-03-01) The use of Facebook in creating police identity, In 2018 Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing

Dionysia Lali, Graham E. Pike and Hayley Ness (2018-03-01) How to develop evidence based practice to support witnesses on the autistic spectrum (ASD) when they give evidence, In 2018 Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing

Zoe Walkington et al. (2018) Are you talking to me? How identity is constructed on police-owned Facebook sites, In Narrative Inquiry

Hayley Ness et al. (2015) Are two views better than one? Investigating three-quarter view facial composites, In Journal of Forensic Practice 4(17)

David Groome et al. (editors) (2013-12-17) An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Processes and Disorders, Psychology Press

Charlie D. Frowd et al. (2007-04) Parallel approaches to composite production: interfaces that behave contrary to expectation, In Ergonomics 4(50)

Michael Bromby and Hayley Ness (2006-03) Over-observed? What is the quality of CCTV in this new digital legal world?, In International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 1&2(20)

Hayley Ness and Vicki Bruce (2006) An investigation into the use of CCTV footage to improve likeness in facial composites, In European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2006)

Charlie, D. Frowd et al. (2005-03) A forensically valid comparison of facial composite systems, In Psychology, Crime & Law 1(11)

CHarlie D. Frowd et al. (2005-02) Contemporary composite techniques: the impact of a forensically-relevant target delay, In Legal and Criminological Psychology 1(10)

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