Natalie Martschuk
Natalie Martschuk
Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University
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Interviewing high value detainees: Securing cooperation and disclosures
J Goodman‐Delahunty, N Martschuk, MK Dhami
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (6), 883-897, 2014
Interpreter performance in police interviews. Differences between trained interpreters and untrained bilinguals
S Hale, J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk
The Interpreter and Translator Trainer 13 (2), 107-131, 2019
The effect of interpreting modes on witness credibility assessments
S Hale, N Martschuk, U Ozolins, L Stern
Interpreting 19 (1), 69-96, 2017
Risks and Benefits of Interpreter-Mediated Police Interviews.
J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk
Varstvoslovje: Journal of Criminal Justice & Security 18 (4), 2016
Securing reliable information in investigative interviews: Coercive and noncoercive strategies preceding turning points
J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk
Police Practice and Research 21 (2), 152-171, 2020
Interactional management in a simulated police interview: Interpreters’ strategies
S Hale, J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk
The discourse of police interviews, 200-226, 2020
Memory for faces in old age: A meta-analysis.
N Martschuk, SL Sporer
Psychology and aging 33 (6), 904, 2018
Validation of the Child Sexual Abuse Knowledge Questionnaire
J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk, A Cossins
Psychology, Crime & Law 23 (4), 391-412, 2017
The reliability of eyewitness identifications by the elderly: An evidence-based review
SL Sporer, N Martschuk
The elderly eyewitness in court, 17-51, 2014
Confidence of Older Eyewitnesses: Is It Diagnostic of Identification Accuracy?
N Martschuk, SL Sporer, M Sauerland
Open Psychology 1 (1), 132-151, 2019
Jury reasoning in joint and separate trials of institutional child sexual abuse: An empirical study
J Goodman-Delahunty, A Cossins, N Martschuk
Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, 2016
Programmatic pretest-posttest research to reduce jury bias in child sexual abuse cases
J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk, A Cossins
Oñati Socio-legal Series 6 (2), 2016
Interpreting profanity in police interviews
S Hale, N Martschuk, J Goodman-Delahunty, M Taibi, H Xu
Multilingua, 2020
What Australian jurors know and do not know about evidence of child sexual abuse
J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk, A Cossins
Criminal Law Journal 41 (2), 86-103, 2017
Workplace sexual harassment in policing: Perceived psychological injuries by source and severity
J Goodman-Delahunty, R Schuller, N Martschuk
Psychological injury and law 9 (3), 241-252, 2016
Effects of situational and relational variables on interpreting in high stakes police interviews
J Goodman-Delahunty, SB Hale, MK Dhami, N Martschuk
United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2015
The effects of mode on interpreting performance in a simulated police interview
S Hale, J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk, S Doherty
Translation and Interpreting Studies 17 (2), 264-286, 2022
Interpreted Police Interviews: A Review of Contemporary Research
J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk, SB Hale, SE Brandon
Advances in Psychology and Law, 83-136, 2020
Mock jury and juror responses to uncharged acts of sexual misconduct: Advances in the assessment of unfair prejudice.
J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk
Zeitschrift für Psychologie 228 (3), 199, 2020
Effects of terrorist charges and threatening conduct on mock jurors’ decisions
J Goodman-Delahunty, N Martschuk, E Ockenden
Psychiatry, psychology and law 23 (5), 696-708, 2016
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