Dr Georgina Gous
Dr Georgina Gous
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at University of Lincoln
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Metacognition during unfamiliar face matching
RSS Kramer, G Gous, MO Mireku, R Ward
British Journal of Psychology 113 (3), 696-717, 2022
Directive leading questions and preparation technique effects on witness accuracy
G Gous, JM Wheatcroft
Sage Open 10 (1), 2158244019899053, 2020
The relationship between gambling event frequency, motor response inhibition, arousal, and dissociative experience
A Harris, G Gous, B de Wet, MD Griffiths
Journal of Gambling Studies 37, 241-268, 2021
Individual differences in face and voice matching abilities: The relationship between accuracy and consistency
RSS Kramer, AL Jones, G Gous
Applied Cognitive Psychology 35 (1), 192-202, 2021
The impact of lecture chunking format on university student vigilance: Implications for classroom pedagogy
A Harris, S Buglass, G Gous
Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology 3 (2), 90-102, 2021
Eyewitness descriptions without memory: The (f) utility of describing faces
RSS Kramer, G Gous
Applied Cognitive Psychology 34 (3), 605-615, 2020
The effects of witness mental illness and use of special measures in court on individual mock juror decision-making
G Gous, M Azoui, RSS Kramer, A Harris
Psychology, Crime & Law, 1-34, 2022
Wisdom of the inner crowd benefits both face and voice matching
RSS Kramer, E Flanagan, AL Jones, G Gous
Applied Cognitive Psychology 37 (6), 1409-1417, 2023
Face familiarity and image-specific memory
RSS Kramer, CJ Berry, AL Jones, G Gous
Perception 49 (9), 978-987, 2020
An exploration of the accentuation effect: errors in memory for voice fundamental frequency (F0) and speech rate
G Gous, AK Dunn, T Baguley, PC Stacey
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 33 (1), 98-110, 2018
Effects of manipulating fundamental frequency and speech rate on synthetic voice recognition performance and perceived speaker identity, sex, and age
GE Gous
PQDT-Global, 2017
The effect of variations in fundamental frequency (F0) and speech rate on speaker perception and recognition accuracy using a synthesised voice sample
G Gous, AK Dunn, T Baguley, P Stacey
Earwitness memory: Factors that influence voice recognition accuracy across the lifespan
G Gous, AK Dunn, T Baguley, P Stacey
Nottingham Trent University, 2014
The Effect of Variations in Fundamental Frequency (F0) and Speech Rate on Speaker Perception and Recognition Memory Using a Synthesised Voice Sample
G Gous, AK Dunn, T Baguley, P Stacey
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