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REPORTS, PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS WRITTEN WHILST AT UNIVERSITY (2012 - 2016)

PRESENTATIONS:

  • How do actors compare to other professionals in performing art disciplines in engaging with daily practice? - Dissertation/Honours Project

  • Phonological disorders in 3 year olds

  • Does breastfeeding boost IQ? A critical review of observational studies (published paper)

  • Gun shot residue (GSR) in the Jill Dando / Barry George case

  • Forensic geology: what is it and how is it used?

  • Why do people believe they have been abducted by aliens?

  • Psychology in the 1960's

 

REPORTS / PAPERS:

  • Psychopathy and sadism in serial and sexual homicide

  • State of the literature and case for support for continued funding of research on self harm / non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI)

  • How do actors compare to other professionals in performing art disciplines in engaging with daily practice? - Dissertation/Honours Project

  • The genetics of schizophrenia

  • Alternative light source techniques for seminal fluid detection and semen stain dating

  • Schizophrenia and autism: similarities and differences in etiology and treatment

  • Dyslexia: surface and phonological

  • A critical review of social identity theory

  • Does breastfeeding boost IQ? A critical review of observational studies (published paper)

  • Drugs and toxins: atropine and ‘Mrs. Agutter's gin and tonic’ – a case study

  • Effects of gender and extraversion scores on creativity levels

  • Expert witness case study – assault charge

  • The role of firearms discharge residue in the Jill Dando / Barry George case

  • The handling of Azaria Chamberlain's jumpsuit ('a dingo stole my baby' case)

  • The handling of the Omagh bombing DNA evidence

  • Gender differences in facial recognition and confidence in accuracy of facial identification

  • The effect of presentation type on the number of critical lures recalled in memory tests

  • What is psychopathy? How does this personality disorder relate to offending behaviour?

  • What are the theoretical and academic perspectives, which endeavour to understand offending behaviour: why is it important to consider a variety of these views?

  • Forensic geology: what is it and how is it used?

  • Change blindness

  • Race, crime and media: focusing on islamophobia, criminalisation, racialisation, normative whiteness & institutional racism

  • The effect of viewing images of animals on self reported happiness ratings

  • The effect of mnemonics on the ability to remember people’s names and faces

HELEN RAW MBPsS, ACSFS, AMRSB

BSc (Hons) Forensic Psychobiology, CertHE Forensic Science & Medicine

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