Dr Celine Van Golde

Dr

A19 - Griffith Taylor Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone (02) 8627 0807

Website Contact Details
Forensic Psychology Lab

Research interests

  • Reliability of children as eyewitnesses
  • Eyewitness memory in children and adults
  • False memories in forensic context

Current research students

Project title Research student
Inattentional blindness within the legal system Hayley CULLEN

Selected grants

2017

  • Addressing the question of impaired control in criminal behaviour in problem gamblers; van Golde C; Faculty of Science/Seed Funding.
  • Not Guilty; the Sydney Exoneration Project (Project-based units); van Golde C, Kumar M; DVC Education/Small Educational Innovation Grant.

2016

  • Who is the usual suspect?; van Golde C, Paterson H, Taubert J; University of Sydney/Research Infrastructure Block Grant.
  • Development of face perception biases; van Golde C; School of Psychology/Research Support.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • van Golde, C. (2012). Controversies: Can children be coached to lie? In J. Shaw (Eds.), Psychology and Law Factbook. Kelowna, Canada: European Association of Psychology and Law Publishing House (EAPL).
  • van Golde, C. (2012). Fact Sheet: Child Eyewitnesses. In J. Shaw (Eds.), Psychology and Law Factbook, (pp. 1-4). Kelowna, Canada: European Association of Psychology and Law Publishing House (EAPL).

Journals

  • Taubert, J., van Golde, C., Verstraten, F. (2017). Who is the Usual Suspect? Evidence of a Selection Bias Toward Faces That Make Direct Eye Contact in a Lineup Task. i-Perception, 8, 1-15. [More Information]
  • Taubert, J., van Golde, C., Verstraten, F. (2016). Faces in Context: Does Face Perception Depend on the Orientation of the Visual Scene? Perception, 45(10), 1184-1192. [More Information]
  • Van Golde, C., Sharman, S., Candel, I. (2010). The effects of high and low prevalence information from different sources on the development of false beliefs. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24(2), 152-163. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Cullen, H., Paterson, H., van Golde, C. (2017). Crime obviousness and awareness: Everyday distractions may reduce awareness even for obvious crime. Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC XII), Sydney: Unpublished.
  • van Golde, C., Paterson, H., Cullen, H., Marsh, A. (2017). Wait! When did he say that again? Adult memory for details of reoccurring events. Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC XII), Sydney: Unpublished.
  • Cullen, H., van Golde, C., Paterson, H. (2016). "Have you seen this child?": The effect of crime re-enactment on eyewitness memory. International Conference on Memory (ICOM-6), Hungary: International Conference on Memory (ICOM-6).
  • Howie, P., van Golde, C., Marsh, A., Lechowicz, M. (2011). Pragmatic Language competence and children's understanding of repeated event recall questions. 2011 AP-LS Conference/4th International Congress of Psychology and Law, Hyatt Regency Miami Hotel in Miami, Florida, USA.
  • van Golde, C., Howie, P. (2011). Retrieval induced forgetting: the Influence implications for children's and adults testimonies. Society for Research in Memory and Cognititlon (SARMAC) Conference Ninth Biennial Meeting 2011, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York City, United States Of America.
  • van Golde, C., Howie, P. (2011). Retrieval induced forgetting: The influence on children's testimony. 2011 AP-LS Conference/4th International Congress of Psychology and Law, Hyatt Regency Miami Hotel in Miami, Florida, USA.
  • van Golde, C., Sharman, S., Candel, I. (2009). High and Low prevalence information from different sources affects the development of false beliefs. 2009 Society for Research in Memory and Cognitition (SARMAC) Conference/ The Eighth Biennial Meeting, Kyoto, Japan.

2017

  • Cullen, H., Paterson, H., van Golde, C. (2017). Crime obviousness and awareness: Everyday distractions may reduce awareness even for obvious crime. Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC XII), Sydney: Unpublished.
  • van Golde, C., Paterson, H., Cullen, H., Marsh, A. (2017). Wait! When did he say that again? Adult memory for details of reoccurring events. Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC XII), Sydney: Unpublished.
  • Taubert, J., van Golde, C., Verstraten, F. (2017). Who is the Usual Suspect? Evidence of a Selection Bias Toward Faces That Make Direct Eye Contact in a Lineup Task. i-Perception, 8, 1-15. [More Information]

2016

  • Cullen, H., van Golde, C., Paterson, H. (2016). "Have you seen this child?": The effect of crime re-enactment on eyewitness memory. International Conference on Memory (ICOM-6), Hungary: International Conference on Memory (ICOM-6).
  • Taubert, J., van Golde, C., Verstraten, F. (2016). Faces in Context: Does Face Perception Depend on the Orientation of the Visual Scene? Perception, 45(10), 1184-1192. [More Information]

2012

  • van Golde, C. (2012). Controversies: Can children be coached to lie? In J. Shaw (Eds.), Psychology and Law Factbook. Kelowna, Canada: European Association of Psychology and Law Publishing House (EAPL).
  • van Golde, C. (2012). Fact Sheet: Child Eyewitnesses. In J. Shaw (Eds.), Psychology and Law Factbook, (pp. 1-4). Kelowna, Canada: European Association of Psychology and Law Publishing House (EAPL).

2011

  • Howie, P., van Golde, C., Marsh, A., Lechowicz, M. (2011). Pragmatic Language competence and children's understanding of repeated event recall questions. 2011 AP-LS Conference/4th International Congress of Psychology and Law, Hyatt Regency Miami Hotel in Miami, Florida, USA.
  • van Golde, C., Howie, P. (2011). Retrieval induced forgetting: the Influence implications for children's and adults testimonies. Society for Research in Memory and Cognititlon (SARMAC) Conference Ninth Biennial Meeting 2011, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York City, United States Of America.
  • van Golde, C., Howie, P. (2011). Retrieval induced forgetting: The influence on children's testimony. 2011 AP-LS Conference/4th International Congress of Psychology and Law, Hyatt Regency Miami Hotel in Miami, Florida, USA.

2010

  • Van Golde, C., Sharman, S., Candel, I. (2010). The effects of high and low prevalence information from different sources on the development of false beliefs. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24(2), 152-163. [More Information]

2009

  • van Golde, C., Sharman, S., Candel, I. (2009). High and Low prevalence information from different sources affects the development of false beliefs. 2009 Society for Research in Memory and Cognitition (SARMAC) Conference/ The Eighth Biennial Meeting, Kyoto, Japan.

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