Rachel Zajac

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University of Otago, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand 
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Wake K, Green JA, Zajac R. (2020) Laypeople's beliefs about memory: disentangling the effects of age and time. Memory (Hove, England). 1-9
Ali MM, Westera NJ, Zajac R, et al. (2019) Australian stakeholders' views on improving investigative interviews with adult sexual assault complainants. Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law : An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law. 26: 724-739
Benedan L, Powell MB, Zajac R, et al. (2018) Suggestibility in neglected children: The influence of intelligence, language, and social skills. Child Abuse & Neglect. 79: 51-60
Zajac R, Westera N, Kaladelfos A. (2017) The "Good Old Days" of Courtroom Questioning: Changes in the Format of Child Cross-Examination Questions Over 60 Years. Child Maltreatment. 1077559517733815
Zajac R, Westera N, Kaladelfos A. (2017) A historical comparison of Australian lawyers' strategies for cross-examining child sexual abuse complainants. Child Abuse & Neglect. 72: 236-246
Zajac R, Brown DA. (2017) Conducting Successful Memory Interviews with Children Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal. 35: 297-308
Zajac R, Irvine B, Ingram JM, et al. (2016) The Diagnostic Value of Children's Responses to Cross-Examination Questioning. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. 34: 160-77
Osborne NK, Taylor MC, Healey M, et al. (2016) Bloodstain pattern classification: Accuracy, effect of contextual information and the role of analyst characteristics. Science & Justice : Journal of the Forensic Science Society. 56: 123-8
Anderson L, Gross J, Sonne T, et al. (2016) Where There's Smoke, There's Fire: the Effect of Truncated Testimony on Juror Decision-making. Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Osborne NK, Taylor MC, Zajac R. (2016) Exploring the role of contextual information in bloodstain pattern analysis: A qualitative approach. Forensic Science International. 260: 1-8
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