Professor Ray Bull is Director of Postgraduate Courses in Forensic Psychology at the University of Leicester. His major research interest is the investigative interviewing of suspects, witnesses and victims. Professor Bull conducts research on witness memory, including voice recognition.
2010 “Elected by acclaim” an Honorary Fellow of the British Psychological Society “for the contribution made to the discipline of psychology”.
2010 Received from the Scientific Committee of the Fourth International Conference on Investigative Interviewing a “Special Prize” for his “extensive contributions to investigative interviewing”.
2009 Received from the 'International Investigative Interviewing Research Group' the “Senior Academic Award” for his “significant lifetime contribution to the field of investigative interviewing”.
2008 Received from the European Association of Psychology and Law an “Award for Life-time Contribution to Psychology and Law”.
2008 Received from the British Psychological Society the “Award for Distinguished Contributions to Academic Knowledge in Forensic Psychology”.
2005 Received a Commendation from the London Metropolitan Police for “Innovation and professionalism whilst assisting a complex rape investigation”.
I am a Professor of Forensic Psychology whose main expertise relates to the conducting of investigations. In that role I have co-authored research publications and other forms of documents to do with deception detection.
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This can be no different from telling the truth in the same 'situation'.
By interviewing properly in the first place using the 'PEACE' approach that has been developed in England over the last 20 years.
When I went to university in 1967 I decided to study a 'discipline (i.e. psychology) that used good methodological rigour to help society/people.
Not at the moment - research on 'reality monitoring' an other procedures suggests that this might be achievable around 70% of the time (when chance = 50%).
To contact me with a copy of their CV and an outline of what they are interested in studying.
That it will ever be achievable beyond around 80% accuracy (when chance = 50%).
Investigative interviewing, and the information obtained from witnesses and victims, plays a vital role in criminal investigations. This comprehensive handbook explores current developments taking place in this rapidly developing field.
See following link for full details.Handbook of Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Current Developments and Future Directions
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