Research articles

“Selection, Management and Training of Victim Recovery and Identification Teams”.
Steve Braddon , Andy Tait  & Felicity Gibling.  (1993).  Metropolitan Police. 

Assessing the need for change: assessment centres as the catalyst for organisational change”.
Gibling, A.F.  (1993). Metropolitan Journal, 6.

Truth telling with dying cancer patients”.
Gilhooly, M., Berkeley, J., McCann, K., Gibling, F. & Murray, K.  (1988).
Palliative Medicine, 2, 64-71.

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

“Artistic enhancement in the production of Photo-FIT likenesses: An examination of its effectiveness in leading to suspect identification”.
Gibling, F. & Bennett, P.  (1994).
Psychology, Crime & Law, 1, 93-100

“The effects of distinctiveness, presentation time and delay on face recognition”.
Shepherd, J.W., Gibling, F. & Ellis, H.D.  (1991).
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 3(1), 137-145

“Can we trust our eyes?”
Bennett, P & Gibling, F.  (1989).
Policing, 5(4), 313-321.

“Reinstatement of context following exposure to post event information”.
Gibling, Felicity; Davies, Graham.  (1988).
British Journal of Psychology, Vol 79(1) 129-141. 

“Parallel processing of the age and familiarity of faces”.
Bruce, V., Ellis, H., Gibling, F. & Young, A.  (1987).
Canadian Journal of Psychology.

 “Stimulus factors in face learning”.
Ellis, H., Shepherd, J., Gibling, F. & Shepherd, J.  In M. Gruneberg, P. Morris & R. Sykes (Eds).  (1988).
Practical Aspects of Memory, Vol II. Wiley.

“Witnesses can be misled by Police Composite pictures: How and when?”
Davies, G. & Jenkins, F.  (1985).
In F.L. Denmark (Ed) Proceedings of the 23rd International Congress of Psychology, Vol 7

“Contamination of facial memory through exposure to misleading composite pictures”.
Jenkins, F. & Davies, G.  (1985).
Journal of Applied Psychology, 70, 164-176

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