Publications

Chin, J. M., Ribeiro, G., & Rairden, A. (accepted for publication). Open forensic science. Journal of Law and the Biosciences. [Preprint].

Ribeiro, G., McKimmie, B. M., & Tangen, J. M. (2019). Beliefs about error rates and human judgment in forensic science. Forensic Science International, 297(1). doi: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2019.01.034. [Preprint] [OSF] [Data].

Ribeiro, G., & Antrobus, E. A. (2017). Investigating the impact of jury sentencing recommendations using procedural justice theory. New Criminal Law Review, 20(4), 535-568. doi: 10.1525/nclr.2017.20.4.535. [Preprint].

Edmond, G., Towler, A., Growns, B., Ribeiro, G., Found, B., White, D., Ballantyne, K., Searston, R. A., Thompson, M. B., Tangen, J. M., Kemp, R. I., & Martire, K. A.(2016). Thinking forensics: Cognitive science for forensic practitioners. Science & Justice. doi: 10.1016/j.scijus.2016.11.005

Edmond, G., Found, B., Martire, K., Ballantyne, K., Hamer, D., Searston, R. A., Thompson, M. B., Cunliffe, E., Kemp, R., San Roque, M., Tangen, J. M., Dioso-Villa, R., Ligertwood, A., Hibbert, B., White, D., Ribeiro, G., Porter, G., Towler, A., & Roberts, A. (2016). Model forensic science. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences. doi: 10.1080/00450618.2015.1128969


Presentations

Ribeiro, G., Tangen, J. M., & McKimmie, B.M. (6-9 June, 2019). Does DNA evidence in the form of likelihood ratios make perceivers less sensitive to the strength of the suspect’s alibi?. Talk accepted for the 13th Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition Conference. Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. 

Ribeiro, G. (22 May, 2019). Evidence-based evidence in the courtroom. Talk presented at Pint of Science. Brisbane, Australia. [Presentation].

Ribeiro, G.. (21-23 June, 2019). Encouraging psychology and law journals to adopt registered reports. Unconference/hackathon session presented at the 3rd Annual Open Science Meeting. Bali, Indonesia.

Ribeiro, G. (6-7 February, 2019). Introduction to the Psychological Science Accelerator, Collaborative Replication and Education Project, and StudySwap initiatives. Talk presented at the 3rd Annual Open Science Meeting. Bali, Indonesia. [Presentation].

Ribeiro, G., Tangen, J. M., & McKimmie, B. M. (4-5 February, 2019). Does DNA evidence in the form of likelihood ratios make perceivers less sensitive to the strength of the suspect’s alibi? Talk presented at the 1st Psychology & Law Open Science Conference. Bali, Indonesia. [Presentation].

Ribeiro, G., & Chin, J. M. (4-5 February, 2019). Open forensic science. Talk presented at the 1st Psychology & Law Open Science Conference. Bali, Indonesia. [Presentation].

Ribeiro, G., Tangen, J. M., & McKimmie, B. M. (6-9 April, 2018). Evidence-based evidence: Communicating forensic decisions and expertise. forensic expert testimony. Talk presented at the 2018 Experimental Psychology Conference. Hobart, Australia.

Ribeiro, G., & Tangen, J. M. (15 January, 2018). Evidence-based evidence: Measuring competence in forensic science. Talk presented at the STEM+ Law workshop for National Youth Science Forum students. The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

Ribeiro, G., Tangen, J. M., & McKimmie, B. M. (24-26 November, 2016). Are jurors sensitive to information about forensic examiners’ accuracy? Talk presented at 36th Annual Congress of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law. Auckland, New Zealand.

Ribeiro, G. (1 October, 2015). Evaluating expert forensic evidence. Talk presented at the 1st Brisbane Psychology and Law Symposium, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. 

Kemp, R., Thompson, M. B., Searston, R. A., Ribeiro, G., Tangen, J. M., & Edmond, G. (20-23 July, 2015). Training and communicating visual expertise. Specialist session panelist at the 5th International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science, Adelaide, Australia.

Ribeiro, G., & Antrobus, E. A. (27-30 November, 2013). Investigating the impact of jury sentencing recommendations on perceptions of the Australian criminal courts. Talk presented at the 33rd Annual Congress of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law. Adelaide, Australia.

Ribeiro, G. (21 September, 2013). If We Have a Voice, Will We Be Heard? Investigating the Impact of Jury Sentencing Recommendations Using Procedural Justice Theory. Talk presented at the 19th Annual School of Psychology Honours Conference, The University of Queensland. Brisbane, Australia.


Posters

Ribeiro, G., Tangen, J. M., & McKimmie, B. M. (9-12 November, 2017). Assessing the effectiveness of Expert testimony by jurors (in)sensitivity to irrelevant cues. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society 58th Annual Meeting. Vancouver, Canada. [Poster].

Ribeiro, G., Tangen, J. M., & McKimmie, B. M. (10-13 November, 2017). Assessing the effectiveness of Expert testimony by jurors (in)sensitivity to irrelevant cues. Poster presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision-Making 37th Annual Conference. Vancouver, Canada. [Poster].