Hope, L., Gabbert, F & Fraser, J. (In press). Post incident conferring by law enforcement officers: Do discussions affect beliefs and accuracy? Law & Human Behavior.
Weller, M., Hope, L., & Sheridan, L. (In Press). Police and Public Perceptions of Stalking: The Role of Prior Victim–Offender Relationship , Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Hope, L., Eales, N. & Mirashi, A. (In Press). Juror Notebooks: An aid to improve juror decision-making. Legal and Criminological Psychology. (
Lancaster, G., Vrij, A., Waller, B., & Hope, L. (In Press). Sorting the liars from the truth tellers: The benefits of asking unanticipated questions on lie detection. Applied Cognitive Psychology.
Hope, L., Gabbert, F., Heaton-Armstrong, A., & Wolchover, D. (In Press). The Self-Administered Witness Interview. Criminal Law and Justice Weekly.
Gabbert, F., & Hope, L. (In Press). Suggestibility and memory conformity. In A. Ridley (Ed.) Investigative Suggestibility: Research Theory and Implications. Wiley Blackwell.
Hope, L., Lewinski, W., Dixon, J., Blocksidge, D. & Gabbert, F. (2012). Witnesses in action: The effect of physical exertion on recall and recognition. Psychological Science, 23, 386-390.
Vrij, A, Jundi, S., Hope, L., Hillman, J., Gahr, E., Leal, S., Warmelink, L., Mann, S., Vernham, Z., Granhag, P-A. (2012). Collective interviewing of suspects. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 1, 41-44.
Vrij, A, Mann, S., Jundi, S., Hope, L. & Leal, S. (2012). Can I take your picture? Undercover interviewing to detect deception. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 18, 231-244.
Gabbert, F., Hope, L., Fisher, R. P., & Jamieson, K. (2012). Protecting against susceptibility to misinformation with the use of a Self-Administered Interview. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26, 568-75.
Waller, B., Hope, L. & Burrowes, N. (2011). Twelve (not so) angry men: The impact of conversational group size on juror participation. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 14, 835-843. (
Ost, J., Wright, D.B. Easton, S., Hope, L., & French, C. (2011). Recovered memories, satanic abuse, Dissociative Identity Disorder and false memories in the UK: a survey of clinical psychologists and hypnotherapists. Psychology, Crime & Law. 19,
Hope, L. & Gabbert, F. (2011). Protecting Eyewitness Evidence: What can the Self Administered Interview (SAI©) contribute to the investigation of road traffic incidents. Impact, 19, 15-18.
Hope, L. & Waller, B. (2011). Twelve (not so) Angry Men: Jurors work better in small groups. Criminal Justice Matters. 86, 8-9.
Heaton-Armstrong, A., Wolchover, D., Hope, L. & Gabbert, F. (2011). Conferring beyond the crossroads. Criminal Law & Justice, 175, Part 1:557-559, Part 2: 575 -577, Part 3: 593-595.
Hope, L., Gabbert, F., & Fisher, R. (2011). From laboratory to the street: Capturing witness memory using the Self-Administered Interview. Legal and criminological psychology, 16, 211-226. (5-year IF: 1.50; 2011 IF: 1.29; 48/125 Psychology, multidisciplinary; ANZSRC = C).
Hope, L. (2010). Eyewitness Testimony. In G. Towl & D. Crighton (Eds.) Forensic Psychology. Wiley.
Hope, L. (2010). Jury Decision-making. In J. Brown and E. Campbell (Eds.). Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology. First edition. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press.
Mearns, K., Hope, L., Ford, M. T. & Tetrick, L. E. (2009). Investment in workforce health: Exploring the implications for workforce safety climate and commitment. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42, 1445-1454.
Gabbert, F., Hope, L. & Fisher, R. P. (2009). Protecting Eyewitness Evidence: Examining the Efficacy of a Self-Administered Interview Tool. Law & Human Behavior, 33, 298-307.
Hope, L., Greene, E., Memon, A., Gavisk, M., & Houston, K. (2008). The third verdict: Examining the availability of a Not Proven verdict on mock juror decision making. Law and Human Behavior, 32, 241-252.
Hope, L., Ost, J., Gabbert, F., Healey, S., & Lenton, E. (2008). “With a little help from my friends…”: The role of co-witness relationship in susceptibility to misinformation. Acta Psychologica, 127, 476-484.
Hope, L., & Wright, D. (2007). Beyond unusual? Examining the role of attention in the weapon focus effect. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 21, 951-961.
Hope, L., & Mearns, K. (2007). Managing health risks in the offshore workplace: Impact on health climate, safety climate and risk identification. International Journal of Risk Assessment & Management, 7, 152-164.
Hope, L., & Memon, A. (2006). Cross-Border Diversity: Trial by Jury in England and Scotland. To appear in Kaplan, M. F. & Martin Rodriguez, A. M. (Editors). Understanding World Juries through Psychological Research. Psychology Press.
Mearns, K. & Hope, L. (2005). The Management of Health in the Offshore Environment. HSE Books.
Hope, L., Memon, A., & McGeorge, P. (2004). Understanding pretrial publicity: Predecisional distortion of evidence by mock jurors. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 10, 111-119. (
Memon, A., Gabbert, F., & Hope, L. (2004). The Aging Eyewitness. In J. R. Adler (Ed). Forensic Psychology, Current Concepts and Debates. Willan Forensic Psychology Series: Portland.
Memon, A., Hope, L., & Bull, R. (2003). Exposure Duration: Effects on eyewitness accuracy and confidence. British Journal of Psychology, 94, 339-354.
Memon, A., Hope, L., Bartlett, J.C. & Bull, R. (2002). Eyewitness recognition errors: The effects of mugshot viewing and choosing in young and old adults. Memory and Cognition, 30, 1219-1227.