Joanne Rechdan

Dr Joanne Rechdan

  • Senior Lecturer in Psychology
  • Poole House P104a, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Journal Articles

  • Orthey, R., Rechdan, J., Satchell, L.P., Kyo, A., Matsuda, I. and Walsh, D., 2024. Applications of Legal Psychology in Japan: Current Practice, Research Knowledge, and Future Directions. Collabra: Psychology, 10 (1).
  • Hope, L., Kontogianni, F., Rechdan, J., Tavitian-Emladjian, L., Soubra, N.A., Abu Marak Brome, D.M., Gibson, V. and Anakwah, N., 2023. Exploring cultural differences in eyewitness accounts using a self-administered reporting technique. Psychology, Crime and Law.
  • Wang, Y., Rechdan, J. et al., 2020. Mapping out a spectrum of the Chinese public's discrimination toward the LGBT community: Results from a national survey. BMC Public Health, 20 (1).
  • Rechdan, J., Hope, L., Sauer, J.D., Sauerland, M., Ost, J. and Merckelbach, H., 2018. The effects of co-witness discussion on confidence and precision in eyewitness memory reports. Memory, 26 (7), 904-912.
  • Rechdan, J., Sauer, J.D., Hope, L., Sauerland, M., Ost, J. and Merckelbach, H., 2017. Computer mediated social comparative feedback does not affect metacognitive regulation of memory reports. Frontiers in Psychology, 8 (AUG).


  • Rechdan, J. and Clark, A., 2022. Misreporting episodic memories: Causes and consequences for the criminal legal system. The Future of Forensic Psychology: Core Topics and Emerging Trends. 9-21.

Internet Publications



  • Towards the development of a framework for the interviewing of vulnerable people by the police in Japan (Economic and Social Research Council, 01 Jan 2019). In Progress