Professor of Psychology
+44 (0)20 7919 7871
+44 (0)20 7919 7873
Room 213 Whitehead Building,
Department of Psychology,
Goldsmiths, University of London,
New Cross, SE14 6NW
Summary of research:
BSc PhD CPsychol CSci FBPsS
Valentine, T., Memon, A. & Roberts, A. Street identifications and there role in the criminal justice system. The Nuffield Foundation. £93,000 (Sept. 2006).
Valentine, T. & Memon, A. Enhancing the effectiveness of video identification. The Nuffield Foundation. £104,000 (Sept. 2003).
Valentine, T. Solomon, C., VisionMetric Ltd. & Kent County Constabulary. Significant witness identification support system. EPSRC. £51,567 (Sept 2003).
See my personal Web pages for a full list of research publications and some downloadable manuscripts.
My research is about our ability to recognise and identify people’s faces. My current research is focussed on factors that affect the reliability of eyewitness identification. Previously, I have worked extensively on 'face-space' models of face recognition, with emphasis on the roles of facial distinctiveness, ethnicity and caricature. Other projects have included work on rehabilitation of face memory after brain injury and exploring the structure of our knowledge for familiar people. I regularly provide expert advice on identification issues in criminal cases.
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