Kristy Martire
Kristy Martire
School of Psychology, The University of New South Wales
Verified email at unsw.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The expression and interpretation of uncertain forensic science evidence: Verbal equivalence, evidence strength and the weak evidence effect
K Martire, R Kemp, I Watkins, M Sayle, B Newell
Law & Human Behavior, 2013
652013
On the interpretation of likelihood ratios in forensic science evidence: Presentation formats and the weak evidence effect
KA Martire, RI Kemp, M Sayle, BR Newell
Forensic science international 240, 61-68, 2014
522014
The impact of eyewitness expert evidence and judicial instruction on juror ability to evaluate eyewitness testimony
KA Martire, RI Kemp
Law and Human Behavior 33 (3), 225-236, 2009
462009
The relationship between socioeconomic status and ‘hardcore’smoking over time–greater accumulation of hardened smokers in low-SES than high-SES smokers
P Clare, D Bradford, RJ Courtney, K Martire, RP Mattick
Tobacco control 23 (e2), e133-e138, 2014
352014
Cigarette tax and public health: what are the implications of financially stressed smokers for the effects of price increases on smoking prevalence?
KA Martire, RP Mattick, CM Doran, WD Hall
Addiction 106 (3), 622-630, 2011
352011
The Psychology of Interpreting Expert Evaluative Opinions’(2013)
KA Martire, RI Kemp, BR Newell
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 45, 305, 0
34*
Thinking forensics: Cognitive science for forensic practitioners
G Edmond, A Towler, B Growns, G Ribeiro, B Found, D White, ...
Science & Justice 57 (2), 144-154, 2017
332017
How to cross-examine forensic scientists: A guide for lawyers
G Edmond, K Martire, R Kemp, B Hamer, David Hibbert, A Ligertwood, ...
Australian Bar Review 39, 174-197, 2014
312014
Model forensic science
G Edmond, B Found, K Martire, K Ballantyne, D Hamer, R Searston, ...
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 48 (5), 496-537, 2016
302016
Does coerced treatment of substance using offenders lead to improvement in substance use and recidivism? A review of the treatment efficacy literature
D Bright, K Martire
Australian Psychologist 48, 69-81, 2012
302012
Unsound law: Issues with (expert) voice comparison evidence
G Edmond, K Martire, M San Roque
Melb. UL Rev. 35, 52, 2011
30*2011
Can experts help jurors to evaluate eyewitness evidence? A review of eyewitness expert effects
KA Martire, RI Kemp
Legal and Criminological Psychology 16 (1), 24-36, 2011
272011
Reporting on the comparison and interpretation of pattern evidence: recommendations for forensic specialists
B Found, G Edmond
Australian journal of forensic sciences 44 (2), 193-196, 2012
252012
Smoking Cessation among Low-Socioeconomic Status and Disadvantaged Population Groups: A Systematic Review of Research Output
R Courtney, N Sundresan, A Shakeshaft, P Clare, K Martire, R Mattick
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12 (6 …, 2015
232015
Perception problems of the verbal scale: A reanalysis and application of a membership function approach
KA Martire, I Watkins
Science & Justice 55 (4), 264-273, 2015
182015
A comment on the PCAST report: Skip the “match”/“non-match” stage
GS Morrison, DH Kaye, DJ Balding, D Taylor, P Dawid, CGG Aitken, ...
Forensic science international 272, e7-e9, 2017
152017
Inadequate data collection prevents health planning for released prisoners
KA Martire, S Larney
The Medical Journal of Australia 191 (7), 408-409, 2009
152009
Financial sanctions and the justice system: Fine debts among New South Wales prisoners with a history of problematic substance use
K Martire, S Sunjic, L Topp, D Indig
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 44 (2), 258-271, 2011
142011
Factors affecting criminal recidivism among participants in the Magistrates Early Referral into Treatment (MERIT) program in New South Wales, Australia
S Larney, KA Martire
Drug and Alcohol Review 29 (6), 684-688, 2010
142010
Mere Guesswork: Cross-Lingual Voice Comparisons and the Jury
G Edmond, K Martire, MS Roque
Sydney L. Rev. 33, 395, 2011
122011
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