Research Talks

We will be adding more conference presentations about forensic interviewing by the NICHD Protocol team soon: Please email your presentations so they can be added.

  1. Sternberg, K. J., Lamb, M. E., & Dalenberg, C.  Enhancing children’s competency as witnesses:  A research based approach. Invited workshop presented to the annual San Diego Conference on Responding to Child Maltreatment, San Diego, January 1996.
  2. Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Esplin, P. W., Hershkowitz, I., Orbach, Y., & Hovav, M. Validation of criterion based content analysis in a field study. Paper presented to the American Psychology Law Society Convention, Hilton Head, N.C., February/March 1996.
  3. Lamb, M. E., Hershkowitz, I., Sternberg, K. J., Boat, B., & Everson, M.  Informativeness of children’s accounts in interviews with and without anatomical dolls.  Paper presented to the American Psychology Law Society Convention, Hilton Head, N.C., February/March 1996.
  4. Hershkowitz, I., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., & Esplin, P. W.  The relationships among interviewer utterance type, CBCA scores, and the richness of children’s responses. Paper presented to the American Psychology Law Society Convention, Hilton Head, N.C., February/March 1996.
  5. Sternberg, K. J., Lamb, M. E., Hershkowitz, I., Orbach, Y., Hovav, M., & Esplin, P. W. Effects of introductory style on children’s accounts of sexual abuse.  Paper presented to the American Psychology‑Law Society Convention, Hilton Head, N.C., February/March 1996.
  6. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., & Williams, J. M. G.  The effect of domestic violence on children’s retrieval of autobiographical memory.  Paper presented to the American Psychology‑Law Society Convention, Hilton Head, N.C., February/March 1996.
  7. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M.E., Sternberg, K.J., Williams, J.M.G., & Dawud‑Noursi, S.  The effect of domestic violence on children’s retrieval of autobiographical memory.  Paper presented to the International Research Conference on Trauma and Memory, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, July 1996.
  8. Roberts, K. P., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Beresford, J., Domenici‑Lake, P. L., & Heiges, K.  The effect of a delay on the incorporation of post event information into children’s eyewitness memory.  Poster presented to the Society for Research in Child Development, Washington DC, April 1997.
  9. Roberts, K., Lamb, M. E., & Randall, D. W.  Children’s responses to interviewers’ mistakes.  Paper presented to the International Family Violence Research Conference, Durham NH, June/July 1997.
  10. Roberts, K., Lamb, M. E., & Randall, D. W.  Assessing the plausibility of allegations of sexual abuse from children’s accounts.  Paper presented to the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Toronto, July 1997.
  11. Lamb, M. E.  What psychology tells us about interviewing children.  Keynote presentation to a conference on Cleveland ten years on: Child protection—What really matters?”, London, England, September 10, 1997.
  12. Roberts, K. P., Lamb, M. E., & Randall, D. W.  “Bill touched me” “Bob touched you?”: Interviewers’ ‘mistakes’ during investigative interviews.  Poster presented to the American Psychology‑Law Society conference, Redondo Beach CA, March 1998.
  13. Roberts, K. P., Lamb, M. E., Zale, J. L., & Randall, D. W.  Qualitative differences in children’s accounts of confirmed and unconfirmed incidents of sexual abuse.  Poster presented to the American Psychology‑Law Society conference, Redondo Beach CA, March 1998.
  14. Roberts, K. P., Sternberg, K. J., Lamb, M. E., & Zale, J. L.  Effects of introductory style on children’s accounts of a staged event.  Poster presented to the American Psychology‑Law Society conference, Redondo Beach CA, March 1998.
  15. Hershkowitz, I., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Fauchier, A., Horowitz, D., & Hovav, M.  Visiting the scene of the crime:  Effects on children’s recall of alleged abuse.   Poster presented to the American Psychology‑Law Society conference, Redondo Beach CA, March 1998.
  16. Lamb, M. E., Hwang, C. P., & Sternberg, K. J.  (Co‑organizers)  International conference on investigative interviewing procedures.  Satra Bruk, Sweden, April 25‑29, 1998.
  17. Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. A.  Eliciting and evaluating children’s accounts of sexual abuse.  Invited presentation to the National Child Abuse Defense and Resource Center Annual Convention, Las Vegas NV, October 23, 1998.
  18. Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. J.  Eliciting accurate investigative statements from children.  Invited workshop presentation to the Fifteenth National Symposium on Child Sexual Abuse, Huntsville, AL, March 12, 1999.
  19. Orbach, Y., Hershkowitz, I., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Fauchier, A., Shiloah, H., Horowitz, D., & Hovav, M.  Interviewing at the scene of the crime:  Effects on children’s recall of alleged abuse.  Poster presented to the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM, April 1999.
  20. Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. J.  Effective interviewing techniques:  Eliciting narrative accounts from alleged victims.  Invited workshop presentation to the American Professional Society on Child Abuse and Neglect Annual Colloquium, San Antonio TX, June 5, 1999.
  21. Roberts, K. P., Sternberg, K. J., Lamb, M. E., Zale, J. L., & Sirrine, N. K.  The effectiveness of open‑ended and direct rapport‑building styles on children’s reports of a staged event.  Paper presented to the biennial meeting of the Society for Applied Research into Memory and Cognition, Boulder CO, July 1999.
  22. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Esplin, P. W., & Hershkowitz, I.  Enhancing the quality of forensic interviews in field settings by implementing interview protocols. Invited presentation to the American Psychological Association Convention, Boston, August 1999.
  23. Lamb. M. E., & Sternberg, K. J.  L’entrevue d’investigation des jeunes victimes d’abus sexuel.  [Investigative interviews of young victims of sexual abuse.]  Forum sur les abus sexuels de l’Association des centres jeunesse du Québec/Partenariat de recherche et d’intervention en matière d’abus sexuel a l’endroit des enfants, Montréal, Québec, September 1999.
  24. Lamb, M.E., Sternberg, K.J., Orbach, Y., Hershkowitz, I.  The development of the NICHD Investigative Protocol.  Presentation at a symposium on ‘Training child investigators in developmentally adapted interviews’, Regional European Conference of International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Jerusalem, Israel, October 1999.
  25. Orbach, Y., Hershkowitz, I., Lamb, M.E., Sternberg, K.J.  Implementing interview protocols in forensic investigations of child witnesses.  Presentation at a seminar on ‘Interviewing child‑witnesses in legal settings’, sponsored by the Youth Probation Service, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, and The League for Children, School of Social Work, Tel‑Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, October 1999.
  26. Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. J.  Investigative interviews of alleged child abuse victims. Invited workshop for 16th National Symposium on Child Sexual Abuse, Huntsville, AL, March 2000.
  27. Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Orbach, Y., Esplin, P. W., Hershkowitz, I., Horowitz, D. Eliciting information about alleged abuse using open‑ended prompts: An analysis of field demonstration studies.  Paper presented to the biennial American Psychology Law Society meetings, New Orleans, March 2000.
  28. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Esplin, P. W., Hershkowitz, I., Horowitz, D. Assessing the value of scripted protocols for forensic interviews of alleged abuse victims.  Paper presented to the biennial American Psychology Law Society meetings, New Orleans, March 2000.
  29. Hershkowitz, I., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J.,  Horowitz, D.  A comparison of mental and physical context reinstatement in forensic interviews with alleged victims of sexual abuse.  Poster presented to the biennial American Psychology Law Society meetings, New Orleans, March 2000.
  30. Roberts, K. P., Sternberg, K. J., Lamb, M. E., & Sirrine, N.  The effects of rapport building on the quality of information reported by children about a staged event. Paper presented to the biennial American Psychology Law Society meetings, New Orleans, March 2000.
  31. Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. J.  Eliciting narrative accounts from alleged victims of child sexual abuse.  Invited workshop to the XXVII International Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden, July 2000.
  32. Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., Sternberg, K. J., & Esplin, P. W. (Organizers)  Improving investigative interview techniques.  International Interdisciplinary Workshop, Salt Lake City, August 27 to September 1, 2000.
  33. Lamb, M. E.  Overview of recent research on the effectiveness of structured investigative interview guides.  Presentation to International Interdisciplinary Workshop on Improving Investigative Interview Techniques.   Salt Lake City, August 28 2000.
  34. Lamb, M. E.  Investigative interviews of alleged child abuse victims.  Satellite Video presentation, The National Children’s Advocacy Center, Huntsville AL, September 5, 2000.
  35. Lamb, M. E.  Forensic interview techniques that maximize the competence of child witnesses.  Invited workshop, 16th Annual Midwest Conference on Child Sexual Abuse and Incest, Madison, WI, October 25, 2000.
  36. Cederborg, A-C. Children’s reports about sexual abuse. Presentation at the 7th international conference: Language and Social Psychology in Cardiff, Wales, 2000.
  37. Cederborg, A-C. Train police officers in how to interview children. Presentation at the 11th European conference of Psychology, Crime and Law in Lisbon, Portugal, 2001.
  38. Sternberg, K. J., & Lamb, M. E.  Structured interview format for forensic interviewers. Advanced workshop, San Diego Conference on Responding to Child Maltreatment, San Diego, January 22 to 26, 2001.
  39. Lamb, M. E.  Eliciting information from child sexual abuse victims.  Tanner Lecture Series, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, February 27, 2001.
  40. Lamb, M. E.  Alleged child sexual abuse: The expert witness and the court. Fakultetsopponent (Clara H. Gumpert), Institutionen for Forkhalsovetenskap—Avdeling for stressforskning, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm (Sweden), March 30, 2001.
  41. Sternberg, K. J., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., Esplin, P. W., & Mitchell, S.  Can young children respond informatively to open‑ended questions posed by forensic interviewers?  Paper presented to the biennial conference of the Society for Research in Child Development, Minneapolis, April 21, 2001.
  42. Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., Sternberg, K. J., Hershkowitz, I., & Horowitz, D.  The accuracy of investigators’ verbatim notes of their forensic interviews with alleged child abuse victims.  Paper presented to the biennial conference of the Society for Research in Child Development, Minneapolis, April 20, 2001.
  43. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate forensic interview techniques.  Presentation to National Children’s Law Conference, San Diego CA, October 2, 2001.
  44. Lamb, M. E.  Maximizing the quality of information elicited from alleged victims of child abuse.  Invited address to ‘Child witnessing: Current themes’, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, England, December 7, 2001.
  45. Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Orbach, Y., Esplin, P. W., Stewart, H., & Mitchell, S.  Age differences in young children’s responses to open‑ended invitations in the course of forensic interviews.  Paper presented to the American Psychology‑Law Society Conference, Austin TX, March 7‑10, 2002.
  46. Thierry, K. L., Lamb, M. E., & Orbach, Y.  Relation between source monitoring and child witness responses to open‑ended questions about alleged abuse.  Poster presented to the American Psychology‑Law Society Conference, Austin TX, March 7‑10, 2002.
  47. Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. J.  Developmentally sensitive interview practices.  Invited workshop, Eighteenth National Symposium on Child Sexual Abuse, Huntsville AL, March 19‑22, 2002.
  48. Lamb, M. E.  Assessing the strengths of child witness statements.  Invited workshop for the 28th Annual Interservice Military Judges’ Seminar, Montgomery AL, April 23, 2002.
  49. Lamb, M. E.  Special developmental needs of children under five years old.  Invited workshop for the Custody and Visitation Symposium, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Charleston SC, May 6, 2002.
  50. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Esplin, P. W.,  Stewart, H. L.,  & Mitchell, S.  Age differences in young children’s reports of temporal information in the course of forensic interviews.  Paper presented to the Jean Piaget Society, Philadelphia, June 7, 2002.
  51. Hershkowitz, I., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Horowitz, D., & Esplin, P. W. Improving credibility assessment in child sexual abuse investigations: The role of the NICHD investigative interview protocol.  Paper presented to the XXV International Congress on Applied Psychology, Singapore, July 9, 2002.
  52. Pipe, M. E., Cederborg, A-C., Orbach, Y., & Lamb, M. E.  (Co-organizers).  Conference on resistance to disclosure by alleged victims of sexual abuse.  Satra Bruk, Sweden, August 11-15, 2003.
  53. Lamb, M. E., & Pipe, M. E.  Repeated interviewing in forensic contexts: Is there a baby in the bathwater?  Paper presented to the biennial American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Scottsdale AZ, March 5, 2004.
  54. Cederborg, A-C. Delay of disclosure, minimization and denial when the evidence is unambiguous: A multi victim case. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Scottsdale, Arizona, 2004.
  55. Cederborg, A-C. (2004). How does the legal system respond when handicapped children are victims? “Hot-topic”. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Chicago, May 2004.
  56. Orbach, Y., Hershkowitz, I., Pipe, M. E., Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. J. Effects of repeated interviews on the information retrieved by child-witnesses in forensic interviews. Paper presented to the biennial American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Scottsdale AZ, March 5, 2004.
  57. Pipe, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Stewart, H.  Non-disclosures and alleged abuse in forensic interviews. Paper presented to the biennial American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Scottsdale AZ, March 4 – 7, 2004.
  58. Hershkowitz, I., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., & Pipe, M. E.  Dynamics of forensic interviews with children who do not disclose abuse. Paper presented to the biennial American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Scottsdale AZ, March 5, 2004.
  59. Cederborg, A. C., & Lamb, M. E.  Delay of disclosure, minimization, and denial of abuse in a multi-victim case. Paper presented to the biennial American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Scottsdale AZ, March 5, 2004.
  60. DeBoard, R., Orbach, Y., Mendoza, M., Jensen, S., & Lamb, M. E.  An analysis of interviews in which children did not make allegations of suspected sexual abuse.  Poster presented to the biennial American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Scottsdale AZ, March 5, 2004.
  61. Chavez, V., Sullivan, K., Pipe, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Lamb, M. E.  Spontaneous disclosure in forensic interviews.  Poster presented to the biennial American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Scottsdale AZ, March 5, 2004.
  62. Brown, D., Lamb, M. E., Aldridge, J., Sternberg, K. J., & Orbach, Y.  Improving the quality of forensic interviews of children.  Poster presented to the Forensic Psychology Research Group conference on Eliciting information from eye witnesses and victims of crime: Interviewing and identification, Open University, Milton Keynes, U.K., May 6, 2004.
  63. Lamb, M. E.  Children are competent witnesses when competently interviewed.  Cattell Award Address to the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Chicago, May 28, 2004.
  64. Lamb, M. E., La Rooy, D., Orbach, Y., & Pipe, M. E.  Children’s recall of real world experiences.  Symposium presented at the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Chicago, May 28, 2004.
  65. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. J.  Developmental differences in young children’s reports of temporal sequencing information in the course of forensic interviews. Paper presented to the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Chicago, May 28, 2004.
  66. Cederborg, A.C., & Lamb, M. E.  Disabled children exposed to crime: How does the legal system respond when they are victimized? Paper presented to the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Chicago, May 29, 2004.
  67. Lamb, M. E.  Structured assessment in child interviewing.  Invited workshop, American Bar Association-American Psychological Association National Conference on Children and the Law, Washington, June 4, 2004.
  68. Lamb, M. E.  Suggestibility and children’s recollections.  Invited workshop, American Bar Association-American Psychological Association National Conference on Children and the Law, Washington, June 4, 2004.
  69. Pipe, M.-E., Sternberg, K. J., Orbach, Y., & Lamb, M. E.  Characteristics associated with non-disclosure of suspected abuse.  Paper presented to the American Psychological Association Convention, August 2004.
  70. Hershkowitz, I., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Horowitz, D., & Sternberg, K. J.  Dynamics of forensic interviews with children who do not disclose abuse. Paper presented to the American Psychological Association Convention, August 2004.
  71. Lamb, M. E.  Helping children become informative conversationalists about their experiences of abuse.  Paper presented to “Conversations and childhood: The impact of conversations on early social, emotional and cognitive development,” Cambridge UK, October 14, 2004.
  72. Brown, D., Lamb, M. E., Pipe, M.-E., Orbach, Y., & Lewis, C.  Children’s use of drawings to report touch: Implications for forensic interviews.  Paper presented to the 2nd International Workshop for Young Psychologists on Evolution and Development of Cognition, Kyoto, Japan, November 12, 2004.
  73. Brown, D., Lamb, M. E., Pipe, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Lewis, C.  “Show me on the drawing where she touched you”: Exploring children’s use of human figure drawings to report touch.  Paper presented to the Society for Applied Research on Memory and Cognition, Victoria, New Zealand, January 7, 2005.
  74. Brown, D., Lamb, M. E., Pipe, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Lewis, C.  Using drawings with children to elicit reports of touch after short and long delays. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society conference, La Jolla CA, March 4, 2005.
  75. Thierry, K. S.,  Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y. & Pipe, M. E.   Developmental differences in the use of anatomical dolls during interviews of alleged sexual abuse victims. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society conference, La Jolla CA, March 4, 2005.
  76. Pipe, M. E., Lamb, M. E., & Orbach, Y. Disclosures and nondisclosures of abuse in forensic interviews.  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society conference, La Jolla CA, March 4, 2005.
  77. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., & Sternberg, K. J.  Enhancing children’s recall using contextual cues in forensic interviews.  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society conference, La Jolla CA, March 4, 2005.
  78. Elischberger, H., Pipe, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Lamb, M. E.  Do young children rely on scripts in recounting multiple instances of abuse? Poster presentation to the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Los Angeles, May 26, 2005.
  79. La Rooy, D., Pipe, M. E., & Lamb, M. E.  Do repeated suggestive interviews with young children increase suggestibility? Poster presentation to the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Los Angeles, May 26, 2005.
  80. Mendoza, M. M., Jensen, S. A., Daniels, I. M., Orbach, Y., & Lamb, M. E., Exploring children’s responses to yes/no and forced choice prompts in forensic interviews.  Poster presentation to the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Los Angeles, May 26, 2005.
  81. Pipe, M. E., Lamb, M. E., & Orbach, Y.  Factors affecting children’s disclosure: Developmental differences in secrecy and concealment in a field study. Paper presented to the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Los Angeles, May 28, 2005.
  82. Pipe, M. E., Lamb, M. E., & Orbach, Y.  Abuse severity, threats, fears, and children’s disclosure of child sexual abuse.  Paper presented to the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Los Angeles, May 27, 2005.
  83. Lamb, M. E. Developmentally appropriate forensic interviewing techniques.  Paper presented to the Ninth International Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Law and Psychology, London, July 11-12, 2005.
  84. Lamb, M. E.  Techniques for improving the quality of information elicited in forensic interviews. Keynote address to a conference on “ Investigative Interviewing of Child Witnesses—Taking Stock and Moving Forward,” Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, September 6, 2005.
  85. Hershkowitz, I., & Lamb, M. E.  Forensic investigations of alleged victims of abuse who have learning and mental difficulties.  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society conference, St. Petersburg FL, 4 March, 2006.
  86. Cederborg, A. C., & Lamb, M. E.  How does the legal system respond when children with learning difficulties are victimized? Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society conference, St. Petersburg FL, 4 March, 2006.
  87. Cederborg, A. C., La Rooy, D., & Lamb, M. E.  Repeated interviews about alleged abuse with children who have intellectual disabilities. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society conference, St. Petersburg FL, 4 March, 2006.
  88. Brown, D. A., Lewis, C., Lamb, M. E., Stephens, E., & Lunn, J.  Facilitating eyewitness testimony in children with learning disabilities. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society conference, St. Petersburg FL, 4 March, 2006.
  89. Brown, D.A., Lewis, C., Stephens, E., Lunn, J., & Lamb, M.E. Facilitating eyewitness testimony in children with learning disabilities. Invited presentation to the Psychology Department Seminar Series, May 2006, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK.
  90. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Hershkowitz, , I., & Esplin, P. W.  The NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol: An introduction. Paper presented to the Second International Investigative Interviewing Conference, Portsmouth UK, July 5-7, 2006.
  91. Lamb, M. E., Sternberg, K. J., Orbach, Y., Aldridge, J., Bowler, L., Pearson, S., & Esplin, P. W. Enhancing the quality of investigative interviews by British police officers. Paper presented to the Second International Investigative Interviewing Conference, Portsmouth UK, July 5-7, 2006.
  92. Cyr, M., Lamb, M. E., Pelletier, J., Leduc, P., & Perron, A.  Assessing the effectiveness of the NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol in Francophone Quebec. Paper presented to the Second International Investigative Interviewing Conference, Portsmouth UK, July 5-7, 2006.
  93. Larsson, A., Teoh, Y. S., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Hershkowitz, I.  Effects of physical and mental context reinstatement and cueing on children’s reports about extra-familial child abuse. Paper presented to the Second International Investigative Interviewing Conference, Portsmouth UK, July 5-7, 2006.
  94. La Rooy, D., Lamb, M. E., & Pipe, M. E.  Is skepticism about repeated interviewing justified? What does the research say?  Paper presented to the Second International Investigative Interviewing Conference, Portsmouth UK, July 5-7, 2006.
  95. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., LaRooy, D., Pipe, M. E., & Stewart, H. L.  A witness to abduction: A case study of repeated interviewing. Paper presented to the Second International Investigative Interviewing Conference, Portsmouth UK, July 5-7, 2006.
  96. Stephens, E., Brown, D. A., Lunn, J. F., Lewis, C., & Lamb, M. E.  Repeated interviewing ofchildren with learning disabilities. Paper presented to the Second International Investigative Interviewing Conference, Portsmouth UK, July 5-7, 2006.
  97. Brown, D.A., Lewis, C., Stephens, E., Lunn, J., & Lamb, M.E. Interviewing children with learning disabilities about their experiences. Poster presented at the 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, 16-21 July, 2006, Athens, Greece.
  98. Lewis, C., Brown, D.A., Stephens, E., Lunn, J., & Lamb, M.E.  Interviewing children with learning disabilities about their experiences. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Memory (ICOM-4), Sydney, 16 – 21 July, 2006.
  99. Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., & Pipe, M. E.  Input-free cueing techniques in forensic interviews with children.  Paper presented to the 4th International Conference on Memory (ICOM-4), Sydney, July 16-21, 2006.
  100. Lamb, M. E.  Can children be competent informants about their experiences of abuse? Invited address to the 50th Anniversary Celebration for the Institute of Psychology, University of Goteborg, September 2006.
  101. Brown, D. B., Lamb, M. E., Lewis, C., Pipe, M. E., & Orbach, Y. Promoting best practice in  forensic interviews with children:  Lab-based validations of field-based techniques.  Presentation to a conference ‘Memory on Trial: The Role of Memory in the Courtroom,’  University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ, November 29 2006.
  102. Cederborg, A-C. Handicapped children as alleged victims. Presentation at the Stockholm Criminology Symposium, June 2007.
  103. Lamb, M. E.  Can children be competent witnesses?  Fifteenth Annual Warren Weiswasser Lecture, Yale University Medical Center, New Haven CT, April 25, 2007.
  104. La Rooy, D., & Lamb, M. E. The effects of repeating questions in forensic interviews with children. Presentation to the British Psychological Society Cognitive Section Conference, Aberdeen, August 21, 2007.
  105. Brown, D. A., Lewis, C., Lamb, M. E., Pipe, M.-E., & Orbach, Y.  “Show me on the drawing where she touched you”: The impact of interview technique and delay on children’s recall of bodily touch.  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008
  106. Cederborg, A-C. The challenge of assessing credibility when children have intellectual disabilities. Presentation at the Nordic Network for researchers in Psychology and Law, Copenhagen, October 2008.
  107. Cederborg, A-C. The challenge of assessing credibility when children have intellectual disabilities. Presentation at the Nordic Network for researchers in Psychology and Law, Copenhagen, October 2008.
  108. Teoh, Y.-S., Yang, P.-J., Lamb, M. E., & Larsson, A.  Do human figure drawings help alleged victims of sexual abuse provide clearer accounts of physical contact with alleged perpetrators? Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  109. La Rooy, D. A.,  & Lamb, M. E.  The effects of repeating questions in forensic interviews with children. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  110. Hershkowitz, I., & Lamb, M. E.  Abuse disclosure by children with mental and physical disabilities. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  111. Hershkowitz, I., Lamb, M. E., & Orbach, Y. The effects of the NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol on assessment of credibility in child sexual abuse investigations. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  112. Pipe, M.-E., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Abbott, C. B., Stewart, H. L., & Schindler, S.  Does the introduction of an evidence-based investigative interview protocol affect case outcomes? Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  113. Lamb, M. E. Helping children be competent witnesses in forensic contexts.  Keynote address to the Japanese Psychological Association Annual Convention, Hokkaido, September 19-21, 2008.
  114. Naka M. (2009). Japanese studies on the validity of child’s testimony. Invited talk at 2009 Special Symposium of Assessment of alleged child victim: Finding the truth and protecting the child. Seoul National University, Korea, 21, January, 2009.
  115. Cederborg, A.-C., La Rooy, D., Danielsson, H., & Lamb, M. E. Repetition of contaminating question types when children and youths with learning disabilities are interviewed. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, San Antonio TX, March 6-8, 2009.
  116. Lamb, M. E. Conducting developmentally appropriate interviews of young witnesses. Plenary address, International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  117. Yang, P. J., Teoh, Y. S., & Lamb, M. E.  The usefulness of human figure diagrams in clarifying children’s descriptive accounts of touches. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  118. La Rooy, D., Katz, C., Malloy, L. C., & Lamb, M. E.  The effectiveness of using multiple interviews. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  119. Katz, C., Hershkowitz, I., & Lamb, M. E.  Draw me what happened: Integrating drawing while interviewing alleged victims of child sexual abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  120. Hershkowitz, I., & Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., Katz, C., & Horowitz, D. The effect of the relationship to the suspect on children’s reports of abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  121. Malloy, L. C., Katz, C., Quas, J. A., Lyon, T. D., & Lamb, M. E.  When lack of motivation leads to denial: Recantation in investigative interviews with children. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  122. Katz, C., Hershkowitz, I., Malloy, L. C., Atabaki, A., Spindler, S. A. K., & Lamb, M. E. “The body talks”: Trying to understand reluctant children through their body language during investigative interviews. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  123. Lamb, M. E.  [Discussant and Chair]. Children’s memories and reports of touching events. Symposium presented at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, San Francisco, May 23, 2009.
  124. Pipe, M. E., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Abbott, C. B., & Stewart, H. L. Do best practice interviews with child abuse victims influence case outcomes?  Poster presentation to the National Institute of Justice Research Conference, Washington DC, June 16, 2009.
  125. Yang, P. J., & Lamb, M. E. Factors affecting children’s transition to school: An ecological model. Paper presented to the British Psychological Society Developmental Section Conference, Nottingham, September 9, 2009.
  126. Lamb, M. E.  Questioning child victims.  Presentation to the CURE Conference on Children as Victims of Crime in the European Union, Stockholm, December 3-4, 2009.
  127. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate inter viewing: The NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol.  24th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, San Diego, January 26, 2010.
  128. Malloy, L. C., Pipe, M. E., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Rothenberg, D. Discussion of secrets, threats, and fears in investigative interviews with children.  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  129. Malloy, L. C., (Chair; 2010, March). Cognitive Issues in Children’s Testimony. D. La Rooy (Discussant). Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Vancouver, Canada.
  130. Katz, C., Malloy, L. C., & Lamb, M. E. Different ways to communicate resistance: Exploring verbal and non verbal cues within investigative interviews of abused children. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  131. Hershkowitz. I., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., Katz, C., & Horowitz, D. The effect of motivational factors on the richness of children’s testimonies. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  132. Katz, C., Lamb, M. E., & Hershkowitz, I. The Revised NICHD Protocol and its effect on the way children disclose the allegation for the first time in investigative interviews. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  133. Malloy, L. C., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Walker, A. G. How do interviewers use and young children respond to How/Why/How Come in investigative interviews with suspected victims of child sexual abuse? Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  134. Lamb, M. E. Forensic interview protocols.  Canadian Society for the Investigation of Child Abuse, Calgary, Canada, May 3-5, 2010.
  135. Lamb, M. E. Developmentally appropriate forensic interviewing: The NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol.  Master Class to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 20-21, 2010.
  136. Hershkowitz, I., Lamb, M. E., & Katz, C.  Enhancing abuse disclosure by reluctant children: A test of the revised NICHD Protocol. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  137. Malloy, L. C., Brubacher, S., & Lamb, M. E.  Exploring the dynamics of forensic interviews in which children mention difficulties and worries. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  138. Sim, M., Katz, C., Hershkowitz, I.,  & Lamb, M. E.  Credibility assessment in credible and doubtful cases of child sexual abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  139. Van Gijn, E., Berridge, Z., Katz, C., & Lamb, M. E. Characteristics of perpetrators as portrayed by alleged victims of child sexual abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  140. La Rooy, D., Lamb, M. E., & Memon, A.  Forensic interviews with children in Scotland: A survey of interview practices among police.  Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  141. Lamb, M. E.  How much can young victims tell us about sexual abuse?  Keynote address to the International Academy of Sex Research, Prague, July 25, 2010.
  142. Yang, P. J., & Lamb, M. E. Regulatory functions during the transition to new school environments.  Paper presented to the British Psychological Association (Developmental Section) Annual meeting, London, September 2010.
  143. Lamb, M. E.  How much can young victims tell us about sexual abuse? Seminar on child victim interviewing. Institute for Psychology and Law at Hallym University and Korean Victimology Association, Seoul (Korea), September 8, 2010.
  144. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate investigative interviews. Masterclass, Institute for Psychology and Law at Hallym University, Seoul (Korea), September 9, 2010.
  145. Lamb, M. E.  How much information can young children provide in forensic interviews.  Public Family Law Seminars, Judicial Studies Board, Northampton, November 9, 2010 and January 11, 2011.
  146. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate interviews of alleged child victims.  Ministry of                     Women and Family, Seoul (Korea), December 7-8, 2010.
  147. Lamb, M. E., Hershkowitz, I., & Katz, C. The effects of enhanced support during investigative interviews on the behaviour and informativeness of reluctant children. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  148. Malloy, L. C., Brubacher, S. P., & Lamb, M. E. Do expected consequences of disclosure provide insight into delayed disclosure of child sexual abuse? Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  149. Cederborg, A-C., Alm, C., da Silva Nises, D. L., & Lamb, M. E. Investigative interviewing of allegedly abused children: An evaluation of a new training programme for police officers in Sweden. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  150. Sim, M. P. Y., & Lamb, M. E. Children’s statements about alleged sexual abuse: A linguistic profile. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  151. Wachi, T., Watanabi, K., Sano, Otsuka, Y., Kuraishi, & Lamb, M. E. Police interviewing styles and confessions in Japan. Poster presentation to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  152. Lamb, M. E.  The need for developmentally appropriate interviewing.  Paper presented to the Second International Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Porto, 13 May, 2011.
  153. Lamb, M. E.  Angels, demons, dunces: Our inconsistent views of children in the legal system.  Hay Festival, May 28, 2011.
  154. Van Gijn, E., & Lamb, M. E. The modus operandi of offenders of child sexual abuse as described by police officers. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 1, 2011.
  155. Sim, M., & Lamb, M. E. Police interviews with juvenile suspects: Self-reported practices and beliefs. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 2, 2011.
  156. Wachi, T., Yokota, K., Otsuka, Y., Kuraishi, H., Watanabe, K., & Lamb, M. E. Japanese police officers’ feelings and beliefs after interrogation. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 2, 2011.
  157. Cherson, M. J., & Lamb, M. E. Rapport-building: Understanding the first eight minutes. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 2, 2011.
  158. Malloy, L. C., Brubacher, S., & Lamb, M. E. Children discuss disclosure recipients in forensic interviews about suspected abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 2, 2011.
  159. Brubacher, S., Malloy, L. C., Roberts, K., & Lamb, M. E. Talking about repeated events: How interviewers and children organize memories of alleged multiple incidents of abuse.  Paper presented to the Society for Applied Research on Memory and Cognition, New York City, June 2011.
  160. Naka, M. (2011). Child eyewitness testimonies in Japan: Research and cases. 17th Biennial Conference of the Australasian Human Development Association, Dunedin, New Zealand, 4-6. July, 2011.
  161. Naka, M. (2011). Training social workers on child investigative interviewing in Japan: What changes? In Naka, M., & Jo, Eunkyung. Roundtable: Development of child Investigative Interviewing in Japan and Korea. Paper presented at International Society for Criminology.  International Conference Center, Kobe, Japan. August, 5-9.
  162. Lamb, M. E.  Advanced workshop on developmentally appropriate forensic interviewing.  National Center for Children’s Advocacy Centers, Huntsville  (AL), August 30, 2011.
  163. Lamb, M. E.  Child forensic interviewing.  Presentation to Salt Lake County Children’s Justice Center Annual Multi-Disciplinary Team Conference, Sandy (UT), August 31, 2011.
  164. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate forensic interviewing.  Expert Lecture, 8thInternational Conference ‘Helping children-victims of crime’, Warsaw, October 25, 2011.
  165. Lamb, M. E.  Interviewing children who are reluctant to disclose abuse. 8th International Conference ‘Helping children-victims of crime’, Warsaw, October 25, 2011.
  166. Cederborg, A-C., La Rooy, D., & Lamb, M. E. (2006, March). Repeated interviews about alleged abuse with children who have intellectual disabilities. In M. E. Lamb (Chair),Interviewing children with learning disabilities: Forensic and applied research.Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, FL, USA
  167. La Rooy, D., Lamb M. E., & Pipe, M-E.(2006, July). Is scepticism about repeated interviewing justified?: What does the research say?. In D. La Rooy. (Chair), Repeated interviews with children. Symposium conducted at the International Investigative Interviewing 2nd Conference, Portsmouth, UK
  168. Orbach, Y., Lamb M.E., La Rooy, D., Pipe, M-E., & Stewart, H.L. (2006, July). A witness to abduction: A case study of repeated interviewing? In D. La Rooy. (Chair), Repeated interviews with children. Symposium conducted at the International Investigative Interviewing 2nd Conference, Portsmouth, UK
  169. La Rooy, D. (2007, April). New developments in our understanding of repeated interviews with children. Paper presented at the European Investigative Interviewing Research Group, University of Teesside, UK.
  170. La Rooy, D., Lamb M. E., & Mcmanamon, C. J. (2007, August). The effects of repeating questions in forensic interviews with children. In A. Memon. (Chair), Eyewitness Testimony: Accuracy, Credibility, Truthfulness. Symposium conducted at the Annual Cognitive Section Conference, Aberdeen, UK.
  171. Brown, D. A., Lewis, C., Lamb, M. E., Pipe, M.-E., & Orbach, Y.  “Show me on the drawing where she touched you”: The impact of interview technique and delay on children’s recall of bodily touch.  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  172. Teoh, Y.-S., Yang, P.-J., Lamb, M. E., & Larsson, A.  Do human figure drawings help alleged  victims of sexual abuse provide clearer accounts of physical contact with alleged  perpetrators? Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  173. La Rooy, D. A.,  & Lamb, M. E.  The effects of repeating questions in forensic interviews with children. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  174. La Rooy, D. & Lamb, M. E. (2008, March). Question repetition within and across interviews: Current research and methodological issues. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Investigative Interviewers Research Group Conference, Derby, UK.
  175. Hershkowitz, I., & Lamb, M. E.  Abuse disclosure by children with mental and physical  disabilities. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention,  Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  176. Hershkowitz, I., Lamb, M. E., & Orbach, Y. The effects of the NICHD Investigative Interview  Protocol on assessment of credibility in child sexual abuse investigations. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention,   Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  177. Pipe, M.-E., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Abbott, C. B., Stewart, H. L., & Schindler, S.  Does the  introduction of an evidence-based investigative interview protocol affect case outcomes?  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, Jacksonville FL, March 6-8, 2008.
  178. Lamb, M. E. Helping children be competent witnesses in forensic contexts.  Keynote address to  the Japanese Psychological Association Annual Convention, Hokkaido, September 19-21, 2008.
  179. Cederborg, A.-C., La Rooy, D., Danielsson, H., & Lamb, M. E. Repetition of contaminatingquestion types when children and youths with learning disabilities are interviewed. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, San Antonio TX, March 6-8, 2009.
  180. Lamb, M. E. Conducting developmentally appropriate interviews of young witnesses.  Plenary address, International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  181. Yang, P. J., Teoh, Y. S., & Lamb, M. E.  The usefulness of human figure diagrams in clarifying children’s descriptive accounts of touches. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  182. La Rooy, D., Katz, C., Malloy, L. C., & Lamb, M. E.  The effectiveness of using multiple interviews. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  183. Katz, C., Hershkowitz, I., & Lamb, M. E.  Draw me what happened: Integrating drawing while interviewing alleged victims of child sexual abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009.
  184. Hershkowitz, I., & Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., Katz, C., & Horowitz, D. The effect of the relationship to the suspect on children’s reports of abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009. 
  185. Malloy, L. C., Katz, C., Quas, J. A., Lyon, T. D., & Lamb, M. E.  When lack of motivation leads to denial: Recantation in investigative interviews with children. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009. 
  186. Katz, C., Hershkowitz, I., Malloy, L. C., Atabaki, A., Spindler, S. A. K., & Lamb, M. E.  “The body talks”: Trying to understand reluctant children through their body language during investigative interviews. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Annual Conference, Teeside, April 15, 2009. 
  187. Lamb, M. E.  [Discussant and Chair]. Children’s memories and reports of touching events. Symposium presented at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, San Francisco, May 23, 2009. 
  188. Pipe, M. E., Orbach, Y., Lamb, M. E., Abbott, C. B., & Stewart, H. L. Do best practice interviews with child abuse victims influence case outcomes?  Poster presentation to the National Institute of Justice Research Conference, Washington DC, June 16, 2009. 
  189. Lamb, M. E.  Questioning child victims.  Presentation to the CURE Conference on Children as Victims of Crime in the European Union, Stockholm, December 3-4, 2009. 
  190. La Rooy, D. Psychological perspectives on investigative interviewing. Talk for the annual joint meeting of the Scottish Institute for Policing Research and the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, Dundee, Scotland, September 2009. 
  191. La Rooy, D. Repeated questions and repeated interviews in forensic investigations with intellectually disabled victims. In A. Memon & D. Carson, (Chairs), The SIPR Evidence & Investigation Network “Obtaining evidence from vulnerable witnesses” Seminar, Aberdeen, UK, October, 2009. 
  192. La Rooy, D. Report on results of survey into police interviewers perceptions of conducting forensic interviews with children. Police Training College (JIIT Forum), Edinburgh, November, 2009. 
  193. La Rooy, D. Report on results of survey into police interviewers’ perceptions of conducting forensic interviews with children. Police Training College (JIIT Forum), Edinburgh, February, 2010.
  194. Cederborg, A-C., Alm, & C. Lima da Silva Nises. Training of police officers in Sweden-the development of interview behaviour. Paper presented at the International Investigative Interviewing Research Group (iIIRG), Stavern, Norway, June 2010.
  195. La Rooy, D. Forensic interviews with children in Scotland. Scottish Institute for Policing Research Strategy Day. West Park Conference Centre, Dundee, February, 2010.
  196. Malloy, L. C., (Chair). Cognitive Issues in Children’s Testimony. D. La Rooy(Discussant). Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Vancouver, Canada, March, 2010. 
  197. La Rooy, D. Report on results of survey into police interviewers perceptions of conducting forensic interviews with children. Police Training College (JIIT Forum), Edinburgh, April, 2010.
  198. La Rooy, D. Forensic interviews with children in Scotland. Hastie Stable Family Law Update Seminar, Faculty of Advocates, Parliament House, Edinburgh, September, 2010.
  199. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate inter viewing: The NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol.  24th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, San Diego, January 26, 2010.
  200. Malloy, L. C., Pipe, M. E., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Rothenberg, D. Discussion of secrets, threats, and fears in investigative interviews with children.  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  201. Katz, C., Malloy, L. C., & Lamb, M. E. Different ways to communicate resistance: Exploring verbal and non verbal cues within investigative interviews of abused children. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  202. Hershkowitz. I., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., Katz, C., & Horowitz, D. The effect of motivational factors on the richness of children’s testimonies. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  203. Katz, C., Lamb, M. E., & Hershkowitz, I. The Revised NICHD Protocol and its effect on the way children disclose the allegation for the first time in investigative interviews. Paper  presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.
  204. Malloy, L. C., Lamb, M. E., Orbach, Y., & Walker, A. G. How do interviewers use and young  children respond to How/Why/How Come in investigative interviews with suspected victims of child sexual abuse? Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society  Conference, Vancouver (BC), March 18-20, 2010.  
  205. Lamb, M. E. Forensic interview protocols. Canadian Society for the Investigation of Child Abuse, Calgary, Canada, May 3-5, 2010.
  206. Lamb, M. E. Developmentally appropriate forensic interviewing: The NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol.  Master Class to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 20-21, 2010.
  207. Hershkowitz, I., Lamb, M. E., & Katz, C.  Enhancing abuse disclosure by reluctant children: A test of the revised NICHD Protocol. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  208. Malloy, L. C., Brubacher, S., & Lamb, M. E.  Exploring the dynamics of forensic interviews in which children mention difficulties and worries. Paper presented  to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  209. Sim, M., Katz, C., Hershkowitz, I.,  & Lamb, M. E.  Credibility assessment in credible and  doubtful cases of child sexual abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative  Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  210. Van Gijn, E., Berridge, Z., Katz, C., & Lamb, M. E. Characteristics of perpetrators as portrayed  by alleged victims of child sexual abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  211. La Rooy, D., Lamb, M. E., & Memon, A.  Forensic interviews with children in Scotland: A survey of interview practices among police.  Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Stavern (Norway), June 22, 2010.
  212. Lamb, M. E.  How much can young victims tell us about sexual abuse?  Keynote address to the  International Academy of Sex Research, Prague, July 25, 2010.
  213. Lamb, M. E.  How much can young victims tell us about sexual abuse? Seminar on child victim interviewing, Institute for Psychology and Law at Hallym University and Korean Victimology Association, Seoul (Korea), September 8, 2010. 
  214. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate investigative interviews.  Masterclass, Institute for Psychology and Law at Hallym University, Seoul (Korea), September 9, 2010.
  215. Lamb, M. E.  How much information can young children provide in forensic interviews. Public Family Law Seminars, Judicial Studies Board, Northampton, November 9, 2010 and January 11, 2011.
  216. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate interviews of alleged child victims. Ministry of Women and Family, Seoul (Korea), December 7-8, 2010.
  217. Lamb, M. E., Hershkowitz, I., & Katz, C. The effects of enhanced support during investigative interviews on the behaviour and informativeness of reluctant children.  Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  218. Malloy, L. C., Brubacher, S. P., & Lamb, M. E. Do expected consequences of disclosure provide  insight into delayed disclosure of child sexual abuse? Paper presented to the American  Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  219. Cederborg, A-C., Alm, C., da Silva Nises, D. L., & Lamb, M. E.  Investigative interviewing of  allegedly abused children: An evaluation of a new training programme for police officers in Sweden. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  220. Sim, M. P. Y., & Lamb, M. E. Children’s statements about alleged sexual abuse: A linguistic  profile. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  221. Wachi, T., Watanabi, K., Sano, Otsuka, Y., Kuraishi, & Lamb, M. E. Police interviewing styles and confessions in Japan. Poster presentation to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Miami, March 2011.
  222. Lamb, M. E.  The need for developmentally appropriate interviewing.  Paper presented to the Second International Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Porto, 13 May, 2011.
  223. Lamb, M. E.  Angels, demons, dunces: Our inconsistent views of children in the legal system.  Hay Festival, May 28, 2011.
  224. Peixoto, CE, “Forensic Interview Protocol in Child Sexual Abuse. Why and what for?”, 2nd International Congress on Child Abuse & Neglect, Porto, Portugal, May 2011
  225. Van Gijn, E., & Lamb, M. E. The modus operandi of offenders of child sexual abuse as described by police officers. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 1, 2011.
  226. Sim, M., & Lamb, M. E. Police interviews with juvenile suspects: Self-reported practices and  beliefs. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 2, 2011.
  227. Wachi, T., Yokota, K., Otsuka, Y., Kuraishi, H., Watanabe, K., & Lamb, M. E. Japanese police  officers’ feelings and beliefs after interrogation. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 2, 2011.
  228. Cherson, M. J., & Lamb, M. E. Rapport-building: Understanding the first eight minutes. Paper  presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 2, 2011.
  229. Malloy, L. C., Brubacher, S., & Lamb, M. E. Children discuss disclosure recipients in forensic  interviews about suspected abuse. Paper presented to the International Investigative Interview Research Group Annual Conference, Dundee (Scotland), June 2, 2011.
  230. Peixoto, CE, Alberto, I, Ribeiro, C, “The Portuguese Adaptation of the NICHD Fornsic Interview Protocol: An Analysis of Some Psycholinguistic Variables”, IV International Investigative Interview Research Group (iIIRG) Annual Conference, Dundee, Scotland, June 2011 PDF
  231. Brubacher, S., Malloy, L. C., Roberts, K., & Lamb, M. E. Talking about repeated events: How interviewers and children organize memories of alleged multiple incidents of abuse.  Paper presented to the Society for Applied Research on Memory and Cognition, New York City, June 2011.
  232. Lamb, M. E.  Advanced workshop on developmentally appropriate forensic interviewing.  National Center for Children’s Advocacy Centers, Huntsville  (AL), August 30, 2011.
  233. Lamb, M. E.  Child forensic interviewing.  Presentation to Salt Lake County Children’s Justice Center Annual Multi-Disciplinary Team Conference, Sandy (UT), August 31, 2011.
  234. Lamb, M. E.  Developmentally appropriate forensic interviewing.  Expert Lecture, 8th International Conference ‘Helping children-victims of crime’, Warsaw, October 25, 2011.
  235. Lamb, M. E.  Interviewing children who are reluctant to disclose abuse. 8th International Conference ‘Helping children-victims of crime’, Warsaw, October 25, 2011.
  236. Nicol, A., La Rooy, D., & Gabbert, F. Actor Performance in Joint Investigative Interviewer’s Training in Scotland: A Pilot Study. Poster session presented at Research Student’s Conference, University of Abertay, Dundee, October, 2011. 
  237. Naka, M. (2012). Development and assessment of a training program for investigative interviewing. International Psychological Congress 2012 (ICP2012), Cape Town, the Republic of South Africa. July 22-27. 2012.
  238. La Rooy, D. Child Forensic Interviewing. Annual Meeting of the Forensic Psychiatry Unit for Children and Adolescents in Finland, University Hospital of Turku, Finland, September, 2012
  239. Peixoto, CE, “A adoção de um protocolo de entrevista forense para crianças com suspeita de abuso sexual- A experiência portuguesa” [The implementation of a forensic interview protocol in sexual abuse cases – the portuguese experience], VIII Iberoamerican Phycology Congress, São Paulo, Brazil, October 2012
  240. La Rooy, D. (2012, November). Child Forensic Interviewing in Scotland. Annual Meeting of the Family Law Association, Old Course Hotel, St Andrews, Scotland, November, 2012.
  241. Lindholm, J., Cederborg, A-C. & Alm, C. Investigative interviews with children exposed to human trafficking. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Convention, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 2012.
  242. Peixoto, CE, O Testemunho da Criança – Estado da Arte [Child Testimony – State of the Art] 3rd International Congress on Child Abuse & Neglect, Porto, Portugal, January 2013
  243. La Rooy, D. (2013, February). Interviewing Child Witnesses. Presentation at Society of Evidence Based Policing, Winter Conference, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, February, 2013
  244. La Rooy, D. (2013, April). Realistic expectations: Developmental characteristics, capacities, and limitations of obtaining evidence from children. FBI’s National Academy of Associates Seminar. Lucerne, Switzerland.