Research interests:

Eyewitness testimony; human memory; forensic psychology.

Yuille, J.C., & Tollestrup, P. (1990). “Some effects of alcohol on eyewitness memory”. Journal of Applied Psychology 75 (3): 268–273. doi:10.1037/0021-9010.75.3.268.

Yuille, J. C., Davies, G., Gibling, F., Marxsen, D., & Porter, S. (1994). “Eyewitness memory of police trainees for realistic role plays”. Journal of Applied Psychology 79 (6): 931–936. doi:10.1037/0021-9010.79.6.931.

Marxsen D., Yuille, J.C. & Nisbett, M. (1995). “The complexities of eliciting and assessing children’s statements”. Psychology, Public Policy and the Law 1 (2): 450–460. doi:10.1037/1076-8971.1.2.450.

Yuille, J.C. (1993). “We must study forensic eyewitnesses to know about them”. American Psychologist 48 (5): 572–572. doi:10.1037/0003-066X.48.5.572.

Yuille, J. C., Ternes, M., & Cooper, B. S. (2010). “Expert testimony on laboratory witnesses”. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice 10 (3): 238–251. doi:10.1080/15228930903550590.

Yuille, J.C. (1988). “The systematic assessment of children’s testimony.”. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne 29 (3): 247–262. doi:10.1037/h0079769.