Difficulty in recognising dodgy behaviour or not being able to predict someone has bad intentions has often been argued as the reason people with autism can […]
There’s a common perception that autistic individuals are poor at recognising others’ emotions and have little insight into how effectively they do so. But Autistic adults […]
Police line-up analyst, Professor Neil Brewer, has been made a fellow of the international Association for Psychological Science.
Grants worth almost $7 million have been awarded to Flinders in the Australian Research Council’s 2015 funding program – announced for the first time at Flinders University Victoria Square today.
Flinders University has honoured a group of its most eminent professors with the inaugural award of the title of “Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor”.
Flinders University psychologist Professor Neil Brewer is proposing a radical alternative to the traditional police line-up.
As South Australia prepares to overhaul legislation regulating criminal identification parades, Flinders psychologist Professor Neil Brewer, an international expert on factors affecting eyewitness reliability, is backing a move to photographic, computer-based line-ups.