Lorraine Hope

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.