Annelies Vredeveldt
Annelies Vredeveldt
Associate Professor, VU University Amsterdam
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Eyeclosure helps memory by reducing cognitive load and enhancing visualisation
A Vredeveldt, GJ Hitch, AD Baddeley
Memory & cognition 39 (7), 1253-1263, 2011
The inconsistent suspect: A systematic review of different types of consistency in truth tellers and liars
A Vredeveldt, PJ van Koppen, PA Granhag
Investigative interviewing, 183-207, 2014
Eye-closure improves memory for a witnessed event under naturalistic conditions
A Vredeveldt, SD Penrod
Psychology, Crime & Law 19 (10), 893-905, 2013
The effectiveness of eye‐closure in repeated interviews
A Vredeveldt, AD Baddeley, GJ Hitch
Legal and Criminological Psychology 19 (2), 282-295, 2014
A field evaluation of the Eye-Closure Interview with witnesses of serious crimes.
A Vredeveldt, CG Tredoux, A Nortje, K Kempen, C Puljević, ...
Law and human behavior 39 (2), 189, 2015
Effects of eye-closure on confidence-accuracy relations in eyewitness testimony
A Vredeveldt, JD Sauer
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 4 (1), 51-58, 2015
Acknowledge, repeat, rephrase, elaborate: Witnesses can help each other remember more
A Vredeveldt, A Hildebrandt, PJ Van Koppen
Memory 24 (5), 669-682, 2016
The effects of eye-closure and “ear-closure” on recall of visual and auditory aspects of a criminal event.
A Vredeveldt, AD Baddeley, GJ Hitch
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 8 (2), 2012
The analysis of nonverbal communication: The dangers of pseudoscience in security and justice contexts.
V Denault, P Plusquellec, LM Jupe, M St-Yves, NE Dunbar, M Hartwig, ...
Anuario de Psicología Jurídica, 2020
Eye-closure increases children’s memory accuracy for visual material
S Mastroberardino, A Vredeveldt
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 241, 2014
When discussion between eyewitnesses helps memory
A Vredeveldt, RN Groen, JE Ampt, PJ van Koppen
Legal and Criminological Psychology 22 (2), 242-259, 2017
Eye remember what happened: Eye‐closure improves recall of events but not face recognition
A Vredeveldt, CG Tredoux, K Kempen, A Nortje
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (2), 169-180, 2015
Observing offenders: Incident reports by surveillance detectives, uniformed police, and civilians
A Vredeveldt, JW Knol, PJ van Koppen
Legal and Criminological Psychology 22 (1), 150-163, 2017
Effects of cannabis on eyewitness memory: A field study
A Vredeveldt, SD Charman, A den Blanken, M Hooydonk
Applied cognitive psychology 32 (4), 420-428, 2018
The recovered memory debate continues in Europe: Evidence from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France, and Germany
J Shaw, A Vredeveldt
Clinical Psychological Science 7 (1), 27-28, 2019
Reduction of environmental distraction to facilitate cognitive performance
A Vredeveldt, TJ Perfect
Frontiers in psychology 5, 860, 2014
The thin blue line-up: Comparing eyewitness performance by police and civilians
A Vredeveldt, PJ van Koppen
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 5 (3), 252-256, 2016
Within‐pair consistency in child witnesses: The diagnostic value of telling the same story
A Vredeveldt, WA Wagenaar
Applied cognitive psychology 27 (3), 406-411, 2013
The benefits of eye-closure on eyewitness memory
A Vredeveldt
University of York, 2011
Does constructing a facial composite affect eyewitness memory? A research synthesis and meta-analysis
CG Tredoux, SL Sporer, A Vredeveldt, K Kempen, A Nortje
Journal of Experimental Criminology, 1-29, 2020
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