Academic Publications

  • Palmer, D.A, Coventry, G.F.A., Dawes, G. & Moston, S. (2020). Crime, criminalization and refugees: The case of Sudanese Australians. Springer Nature: Singapore.

  • Moston, S. & Engelberg, T. (2019). And justice for all? How the World Anti-Doping Agency responds to ‘innocent mistakes’. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 11(2), 261-274. DOI: 10.1080/19406940.2018.1550799

  • Moston, S. & Engelberg, T. (2017). Detecting Doping in Sport. Routledge: London.

  • Wakefield, S.J., Kebbell, M.R., Moston, S. & Westera, N. (2015). Perceptions and profiles of interviews with interpreters: A police survey. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 48(1), 53-72. DOI: 10.1177/0004865814524583

  • Moston, S., Engelberg, T. & Skinner, J. (2013). Investigative interviewing and anti-doping developments in Australia. Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice, 5(2), 144-149.

  • Hill, J. & Moston, S. (2011). Police perceptions of investigative interviewing: training need sand operational practices in Australia. British Journal of Forensic Practice, 13(2), 72-83. DOI:10.1108/14636641111134314

  • Hill, J. & Moston, S. (2011). The need to implement an investigative interviewing framework for developing skills and deployment. International Investigative Interviewing Research Bulletin, 3(1), 23-29.

  • Moston, S. & Engelberg, T. (2011). The effects of evidence on the outcome of interviews with criminal suspects. Police Practice and Research, 12(6), 518-526. DOI: 10.1080/15614263.2011.563963

 

  • Moston, S., Stephenson, G.M. & Williamson, T.M. (2011). The effects of case characteristics on suspect behaviour during police questioning. In Bull, R. (Ed.). Forensic Psychology. Volume II: Psychology and Crime Investigation. SAGE Benchmarks in Psychology Series. SAGE: London.

 

  • Roe, G. & Moston, S. (2010). Recall and comprehension of the Queensland Police cautioning statement amongst Australian Aboriginals. International Investigative Interviewing Research Bulletin, 2(2), 29-30.

 

  • Moston, S. (2009). Investigative interviewing in Australia. In Milne, B. Savage, S.& Williamson, T. (Eds.) International Developments in Investigative Interviewing. Willan: Cornwall.

 

  • Moston, S. & Stephenson, G.M. (2009). A typology of denial strategies by suspects in criminal investigations. In Bull, R. Valentine, T. & Williamson, T.(eds.) Handbook of Psychology of Investigative Interviewing. Wiley-Blackwell: Chichester, UK.

 

  • Moston, S. & Fisher, M. (2007). Coercion, oppression and torture in the interrogation room. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 4, 85-95.

 

  • Moston, S. (1995). From denial to admission in the interrogation of suspects. In Davies G., Lloyd-Bostock, S. McMurran M. & Wilson, C. (Eds.) Psychology, Law and Criminal Justice: International Developments in Research and Practice. DeGruyter: Berlin.

 

  • Moston, S. & Stephenson, G.M. (1993). The changing face of police interrogation. Community and Applied Social Psychology, 3, 101-115.

 

  • Moston, S. & Engelberg, T. (1993). Police questioning techniques in tape recorded interviews with criminal suspects. Policing and Society, 3, 223-237. DOI: 10.1080/10439463.1993.9964670

 

  • Stephenson, G.M. & Moston, S. (1993). Attitudes and assumptions of police officers when questioning criminal suspects. In Shepherd, E. (Ed.) Aspects of Interviewing. Issues in Criminological and Legal Psychology, No. 18.Leicester: British Psychological Society.

 

  • Stephenson, G.M. & Moston, S. (1994). Police interrogation. Psychology, Crime and Law, 1, 165-171.

 

  • Moston, S. & Stephenson, G.M. (1993). The Questioning and Interviewing of Suspects Outside the Police Station. Royal Commission on Criminal Justice/HMSO: London.

 

  • Moston, S., Stephenson, G.M. & Williamson, T.M. (1993). The incidence, antecedents and consequences of the use of the right to silence during police questioning. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 3, 30-47.

 

  • Moston, S. & Engelberg, T. (1992). The effects of social support on children's eyewitness testimony. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 6, 61-75.

  • Moston, S. (1992). Social support and children's eyewitness testimony. In Dent, H. & Flin, R. (eds.) Children as Eyewitnesses. John Wiley: Chichester.

 

  • Moston, S. (1992). Investigative Interviewing. Metropolitan Police: London.

 

  • Moston, S. (1992). Truth or lies: Are police officers able to distinguish truthful from deceptive statements? Policing, 8, 26-39.

 

  • Moston, S. & Stephenson, G.M. (1992). Predictors of suspect and interviewer behaviour during police questioning. In Losel F., Bender D. & Bliesener T. (eds.) Psychology of Law: International Perspectives. DeGruyter: Berlin.

 

  • Moston, S., Stephenson, G.M. &Williamson, T.M. (1992). The effects of case characteristics on suspect behaviour during police questioning. British Journal of Criminology, 32, 23-40.•Stephenson, G.M. & Moston, S. (1992). The effects of the right of silence on the prosecution and conviction of criminal suspects. In Losel F., Bender D. & Bliesener T. (eds.) Psychology of Law: International Perspectives. DeGruyter: Berlin.

 

  • Moston, S. (1991). Assessing the credibility of children's testimony. Journal of Child Law, 3, 125-128.

 

  • Moston, S. (1990). How children interpret and respond to questions: Situational sources of suggestibility in eyewitness interviews. Social Behaviour, 5, 155-167.

 

  • Williamson, T.M. & Moston, S. (1990). The extent of silence in police interviews. In Greer S. & Morgan R. (eds.) The Right to Silence Debate. Bristol and Bath Centre for Criminal Justice: Bristol.

 

  • Moston, S. (1987). The suggestibility of children in interview studies. First Language, 7, 67-78.