Nathan Ryan


Contact categoryResearcher
Job titleLecturer, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Research instituteThomas More Law School
Faculty of Law and Business

Research outputs

Searching for the unexpected - understanding information-seeking behaviours of people new to prison visits
Ryan, Nathan and Ryan, Nicole. (2024). Searching for the unexpected - understanding information-seeking behaviours of people new to prison visits. Not Listed - Awaiting Journal Creation. pp. 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/13218719.2023.2272910

Journal article

Developing a psychological research base for criminal investigations : academics and practitioners working together
Ryan, Nathan and Kebbell, Mark. (2021). Developing a psychological research base for criminal investigations : academics and practitioners working together. In Police Psychology - New Trends in Forensic Psychological Science pp. 297-312 Academic Press (Elsevier). https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-816544-7.00014-0

Book chapter

To know where the bodies are buried : The use if the cognitive interview in and environmental scale spatial memory task
Ryan, Nathan, Westera, Nina, Kebbell, Mark, Milne, Rebecca and Harrison, Mark. (2020). To know where the bodies are buried : The use if the cognitive interview in and environmental scale spatial memory task. Applied Cognitive Psychology. 34(3), pp. 565-576. https://doi.org/10.1002/acp.3640

Journal article

Where is the body? Investigative interviewing strategies in missing body homicide cases
Ryan, Nathan, Westera, Nina, Kebbell, Mark, Milne, Rebecca and Harrison, Mark. (2019). Where is the body? Investigative interviewing strategies in missing body homicide cases. Investigative Interviewing : Research and Practice. 10(1), pp. 62-77.

Journal article

The effect of expert witness testimony and complainant cognitive statements on mock jurors' perceptions of rape trial testimony
Ryan, Nathan and Westera, Nina. (2018). The effect of expert witness testimony and complainant cognitive statements on mock jurors' perceptions of rape trial testimony. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law. 25(5), pp. 693-705. https://doi.org/10.1080/13218719.2018.1474815

Journal article

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