Lorraine Hope is Professor of Applied Cognitive Psychology at the University of Portsmouth. Her research interests concern the performance of human cognition in applied contexts, including memory and decision-making under challenging conditions. In particular, her work has focused on developing theoretically-informed approaches to eliciting information in policing and intelligence contexts. She is currently an Associate Editor for the British Psychological Society (BPS) journal, Legal and Criminological Psychology and a Consulting Editor for the American Psychological Association (APA) Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. She has published widely on both witness memory and investigative interviewing and regularly speaks at international conferences aimed at both academics and investigative practitioners.