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Dr Eva Rubinova

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SIPR Academic Member
Evidence & Investigation Network
University of Aberdeen
  • What kind of memory-based decisions do people make in specific situations?
  • How well can people remember events after they have experienced several occurrences?
  • How to best apporach interviewing if we want to obtain as complete and as accurate reports as possible?

With my research, I aim to address questions related to how people remember unique and repeated experiences and help define practices that can be used by investigators to effectively elicit information. To do so, I study the basic cognitive processes that impact memory-based decisions, situational factors that affect memory reports such as interviewing formats, social influences on memory such as cultural schemata or collaborative remembering, and applied implications associated with accurate and inaccurate memory.


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