Lively, C. J., Snook, B., Luther, K., McCardle, M. I., & House, J. C. (2022). A preliminary exploration of the multimedia principle’s’ applicability for improving comprehension of youth interrogation rights. Criminal Justice and Behavior [Special Issue] [PDF].
Lively, C. J., Fallon, L., Snook, B., & Fahmy, W. (2022). Objection, your Honour: Examining the questioning practices of Canadian judges. Psychology, Crime & Law. doi:10.1080/1068316X.2022.2030737 [PDF]
Pridy, C. B., Watt, M. C., Romero-Sanchiz, P., Lively, C. J., & Stewart, S. H. (2021). Reasons for listening to music vary by listeners’ anxiety sensitivity levels. Journal of Music Therapy, 58(4), 463-492. doi:10.1093/jmt/thab014 [PDF]
Snook, B., Fahmy, W., Fallon, L., Lively, C. J., Luther, K., Meissner, C., Barron, T., & House, J. C. (2020). Challenges of a “toolbox” approach to investigative interviewing: A critical analysis of the RCMP’s phased interview model. Psychology, Public Policy and Law, 26(3), 261-273. doi:10.1037/law0000245 [PDF]
Eastwood, J., Lively, C. J., Snook, B., & Snow, M. D. (2020). Quality vs. quantity: The impact of suspect-corroborator relationship and number of corroborators on alibi assessment. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 27(6), 973-988. doi:10.1080/13218719.2020.1754956 [PDF]
Lively, C. J., Fallon, L., Snook, B., & Fahmy, W. (2019). Seeking or controlling the truth? An examination of courtroom questioning practices by Canadian lawyers. Psychology, Crime & Law, 26(4). 343-366. doi:10.1080/1068316X.2019.1669595 [PDF] [Media Interest: CHMR Radio Interview]
Keeping, Z., Eastwood, J., Lively, C. J., & Snook, B. (2017). Don’t stop believing: The relative impact of internal alibi details on judgments of veracity. Psychology, Crime & Law, 23(9), 899-913. doi:10.1080/1068316X.2017.133870 [PDF]
Watt, M. C., MacLean, K., Gallagher, C., & Lively, C. J. (2014). Hybristophilia: Distorted lovemaps? In M. C. Watt (Ed.), Explorations in forensic psychology: Cases in criminal and abnormal behaviour (pp. 143-167). Toronto, ON: Nelson Education Ltd.
Lively, C. J., & Snook, B. (2021). Adults and youth do not understand all components of youth interrogation rights when presented in multimedia format. Crime Scene, 28(2), 22-27. [PDF]
Lively, C. J., & Snook, B. (2020). Animated interrogation rights: Can a multimedia presentation improve youths’ comprehension of their interrogation rights? Crime Scene, 27(1), 9-12. [PDF]
Lively, C. J., Fallon, L., & Eastwood, J. (2018). Toward reducing wrongful convictions: Improving the protective value of alibis. Psynopsis, 40, 14-15. [PDF]
Lively, C. J. (2017). How social influence factors might impact the jury. Law Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador legal research awards for students of Memorial University: 2015/2016, 1-6. [PDF]
Lively, C. J., & Watt, M. C. (2014). Music for the soul: Teaching guitar to women offenders. Mind Pad, 3, 27-32. [PDF]
Lively, C. J. (2014). If you build it, they will come: New special concentration in forensic psychology offered at StFX. Mind Pad, 3, 22-26. [PDF]
Lively, C. J., Fallon, L., & Fahmy, W. (2019, May). Do Judges Ask Appropriate Questions for Seeking the Truth? A Field Study of Magistrate Questioning. Poster presented at the 4th North American Correctional & Criminal Justice Psychology Conference, Halifax, NS.
Lively, C. J., Eastwood, J., Snook, B., & Snow, M. D. (2019, March). Assessing the Effect of Relationship and Number of Corroborators on Alibi Perceptions. Talk presented as part of an Invited Graduate Student Research Symposium at the 11th Annual Forensic Psychology Day at StFX Conference, Antigonish, NS.
Lively, C. J., & Snook, B. (2017, June). Seeking or Providing the Truth? A Field Study of Lawyer Questioning Practices in Court. Poster presented at the 78th Annual Canadian Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, ON.
Lively, C. J., & Snook, B. (2017, April). Types of Questions asked by Lawyers during Examinations of Witnesses. Talk presented at the Forensic Psychology in Canada Conference, Ottawa, ON.
Lively, C. J., Keeping, Z., Eastwood, J., & Snook, B. (2017, April). Don’t Stop Believing: The Relative Impact of Internal Alibi Details on Judgments of Veracity. Talk presented at the Forensic Psychology in Canada Conference, Ottawa, ON.
Lively, C. J., Keeping, Z., Eastwood, J., & Snook, B. (2016, June). Exploring the Relative Strength of Factors Impacting Alibi Believability through Policy-Capturing. Poster presented at the 9th Annual International Investigative Interviewing Research Group Conference, Latimer, Buckinghamshire, London, England.
Lively, C. J., & Watt, M. C. (2014, May). Can music soothe the anxiety sensitive soul? Poster presented at the 38th Annual Science Atlantic Undergraduate Psychology Conference, Fredericton, NB.
Lively, C. J., Koch, E. J., & Weaver, A. D. (2013, October). Should we or shouldn’t we? Anticipated regret within friends with benefits relationships. Talk presented at the 40th Annual Canadian Sex Research Forum Conference, Charlottetown, PEI.
Written for School of Graduate Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Lively, C. J. (2018, March 9). The Content In This Blog Will Blow Your Mind
Lively, C. J. (2017, December 1). Research and Authorship: An Important Issue to Consider as a Graduate Student
Lively, C. J. (2017, September 22). Make Your Graduate School Experience Unique to You…
Lively, C. J. (2017, July 7). Looking Forward…
Lively, C. J. (2017, May 19). (Do even more) Reading and Writing in Graduate School!
Lively, C. J. (2017, February 24). More than just a degree
Lively, C. J. (2016, December 16). The Art of Communication in Graduate School…
Lively, C. J. (2016, October 14). The Importance of Mentorship…
Lively, C. J. (2016, July 22). Ah yes…other things to consider while at graduate school
Lively, C. J. (2016, May 27). Rested, Relaxed, and Ready for New Opportunities…
Lively, C. J. (2016, March 11). In the home stretch…of first year…
Lively, C. J. (2016, January 22). Round two…
Lively, C. J. (2015, November 27). Time sure flew by
Lively, C. J. (2015, October 16). Hey there!