Dr Lucy Justice is currently working as a senior lecturer in Psychology.
Dr Justice completed her PhD in 2012 at the University of Leeds and then spent four years working as data analyst / statistician in the private sector. She returned to academia in 2015 where her work now focusses on statistical modelling of psychological phenomena and best practices for teaching statistics.
Akhtar, S., Justice, L. V., Loveday, C. & Conway, M. A. (2017). Switching memory perspective. Consciousness and Cognition.
Andrews, M., Justice, L. V. (2021). Statistical Analysis of Intervention Studies in Forensic Psychology. In Winder, B., Blagden, N., Hamilton, L., Scott, S. (Eds.), Forensic Interventions for Therapy and Rehabilitation: Case Studies and Analysis. Routledge.
Jones, G., Justice, L. V., Cabiddu, F., Lee, B. J., Iao, L. S., Harrison, N., & Macken, B. (2020). Does short-term memory develop? Cognition, 198.
Justice, L. V., Akhtar, S. & Conway, M. A. (2017). The study of flashbulb memories: the good, the bad, and the way forward. In O. Luminet & A. Curci (Eds), Flashbulb Memories: New Challenges and Future Perspectives, 2nd Edition. Psychology Press.
Slade, K., Baguley, T., & Justice, L. V. (2022). Analysis of profiles for deaths under probation supervision. England and Wales.Nottingham: Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service