Research in the Child Memory Lab focuses on how children remember and learn. It is important to study this because police, social workers, teachers, and parents frequently need children to remember key information. My collaborators and I seek to understand how children's memory works and what are the best ways of questioning children about their experiences and knowledge. We also work with forensic investigators on investigating different interviewing practices when attempting to extract the most reliable memories possible from children.
Dr. Kim P. Roberts, Director
Student conference presentations are now available on the IALEP website
Adjacent Open Access- Do we need specialist training for interviewers of child victims?
Adjacent Open Access- Remembering repeated events: Memory in
Adjacent Open Access- Children’s allegations of sexual abuse
ABC News (Australia) - The timing of investigative interviews of children
Today's Parent- "I Forgot!"