Martine Norway

December 2022

Pictured is Centre Director, Martine Powell, in Norway with esteemed colleagues who are collaborating on the development of a digital child avatar.

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Martine Oslo1

December 2022

On Tuesday 6th, Martine Powell presented a keynote address at the 1st Annual Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Avatars for Investigative Interviews, Possibilities, Challenges and Lessons

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Arc

December 2022

Two PhD Scholarships on Memory for Repeated Events.   Two scholarships, funded by an ARC Discovery Project grant (DP230101634), will each provide support for 3

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September 2022

We have released a new video learning resource, an overview on Memory and Interviewing, available now via our Resource Page. (Click Here)

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Science Focus

August 2022

Work by Martine Powell and colleagues on creating realistic virtual child avatars for investigative interview training was featured in BBC Science Focus. (Click here).

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July 2022

The Centre was a Partner Affiliate for the 7th Annual Conference of the Australian Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (Pacifica Congress).

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Natalie Martschuck

July 2022

Natalie Martschuk was awarded a Griffith University New Researcher Grant for her project Developing a framework to improve cross-examination of child witnesses.

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Research.com

June 2022

Martine Powell is featured at 197/3640 on the Top Psychology Scientists rankings published by Research.com

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Melanie Lawrie

April 2022

Melanie Lawrie submitted her PhD thesis, Factors That Underlie Success in Child Witness Interviewing Training.

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