- PY2112: Memory and Cognition (Level 2; TSV)
- Memory, Law, Eyewitness, Jurors
- Socio-Economic Objectives
- Expanding Knowledge (9701)
For a complete list of publications, please visit my personal website: www.craigthorley.com
I am a Psychology Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at James Cook University, Australia. Prior to joining James Cook University, I obtained my BA, MSc, and PhD in Psychology at Lancaster University. I then worked for 6 years as a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Edge Hill University and for 3 years as a Lecturer in Psychology at University of Liverpool.
I conduct laboratory based experiments studying human memory. Within this broad area, I am particularly passionate about memory of legally relevant information and have published research on understanding and enhancing eyewitness's memory of crimes and juror's memory of trial evidence. I am also interested in understanding internal moderating factors that can influence human memory performance more generally, such as emotional arousal and sleepiness, and external factors that can distort human memory performance, such as misinformation from other people or media sources.
I specialise in teaching people about human memory, memory and law, research methods, and statistics. I have lectured to a range of different audiences including undergraduate students, fellow academics, medical professionals, and senior police officers.
These are the most recent publications associated with this author. To see a detailed profile of all publications stored at JCU, visit ResearchOnline@JCU.
- Other research outputs
- Marion S and Thorley C (2016) A meta-analytic review of collaborative inhibition and postcollaborative memory: testing the predictions of the retrieval strategy disruption hypothesis. Psychological Bulletin, 142 (11). pp. 1141-1164
- Thorley C, Dewhurst S, Abel J and Knott L (2016) Eyewitness memory: the impact of a negative mood during encoding and/or retrieval upon recall of a non-emotive event. Memory, 24 (6). pp. 838-852
- Thorley C and Kumar D (in press) Eyewitness susceptibility to co-witness misinformation is influenced by co-witness confidence and own self-confidence. Psychology, Crime & Law, pp. 1-19
- Thorley C (2016) Note taking and note reviewing enhance jurors' recall of trial information. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 30 (5). pp. 655-663
- Thorley C, Baxter R and Lorek J (2016) The impact of note taking style and note availability at retrieval on mock jurors' recall and recognition of trial information. Memory, 24 (4). pp. 560-574
- Thorley C (2015) Blame conformity: innocent bystanders can be blamed for a crime as a result of misinformation from a young, but not elderly, adult co-witness. PLoS ONE, 10 (7). pp. 1-15
- Knott L and Thorley C (2014) Mood-congruent false memories persist over time. Cognition and Emotion, 28 (5). pp. 903-912
- Schnitzspahn K, Thorley C, Phillips L, Voigt B, Threadgold E, Hammond E, Mustafa B and Kliegel M (2014) Mood impairs time-based prospective memory in young but not older adults: the mediating role of attentional control. Psychology and Aging, 29 (2). pp. 264-270
- Thorley C and Rushton-Woods J (2013) Blame conformity: leading eyewitness statements can influence attributions of blame for an accident. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27 (3). pp. 291-296
- Thorley C (2013) Memory conformity and suggestibility. Psychology, Crime & Law, 19 (7). pp. 565-575
- Thorley C (2013) The effects of recent sleep duration, sleep quality, and current sleepiness on eyewitness memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27 (5). pp. 690-695
- Dewhurst S, Thorley C, Hammond E and Ormerod T (2011) Convergent, but not divergent, thinking predicts susceptibility to associative memory illusions. Personality and Individual Differences, 51 (1). pp. 73-76
ResearchOnline@JCU stores 15+ research outputs authored by Dr Craig Thorley from 2007 onwards.
The map shows research collaborations by institution from the past 7 years.
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- 5+ collaborations
- 4 collaborations
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- 2 collaborations
- 1 collaboration
- Indicates the Tropics (Torrid Zone)