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Professor Graham Pike

Professor Graham Pike

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Professor Graham Pike

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Professor Graham Pike's research

Reuben Moreton, Professor Graham Pike and Catriona Havard (2019-03-25) A task‐ and role‐based perspective on super‐recognizers: Commentary on ‘Super‐recognizers: From the laboratory to the world and back again’, In British Journal of Psychiatry 3(110), Wiley

Zoe Walkington et al. (2019) Entitlement to tell on police Facebook sites, In Cyberpsychology Behaviour and Social Networking 5(22)

Professor Graham Pike (2019-04) Forensic Psychology, Sage

Professor Graham Pike et al. (2018) The effect of facial composite construction on eyewitness identification accuracy in an ecologically valid paradigm, In Criminal Justice and Behavior 2(46)

Camilla Elphick, Professor Graham Pike and Graham Hole (2019) You can Believe your Eyes: Measuring Implicit Recognition in a Lineup with Pupillometry., In Psychology, Crime & Law

Martin Thirkettle et al. (2018) OU Brainwave: A mobile app delivering a gamified battery of cognitive tests designed for repeated play, In JMIR Serious Games 4(6)

Zoe Walkington et al. (2018) Are you talking to me? How identity is constructed on police-owned Facebook sites, In Narrative Inquiry 2(28)

Professor Graham Pike and Hannah Gore (2018-06-28) The Challenges of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Palgrave Macmillan

Professor Graham Pike and Clifford Clark (2018-05-31) Identification Evidence, Routledge

Professor Graham Pike et al. (2018-03-01) Public and police perceptions of policing ethics, In 2018 Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing

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