Gurney, D. J., Vardon-Hynard, E., & Ellis, L. R. (2016). The saliency of gestural misinformation in the perception of a violent crime. Psychology, Crime and Law.
Kirk, E., Gurney, D. J., Edwards, R., & Dodimead, C. (2015). Handmade memories: The robustness of the gestural misinformaiton effect in children's eyewitness interviews. Journal of Nonverbal Behaviour, 39(3), 259-73. DOI:10.1007/s10919-015-0210-z
Gurney, D. J. (2014). What's left unsaid: How nonverbal influence compares with verbal influence. Psychiatry, Psychology & Law.
Gurney, D. J., Pine, K. J., & Wiseman, R. (2013). The gestural misinformation effect: Skewing eyewitness testimony through gesture. American Journal of Psychology, 126(3), 301-314.
Gurney, D. J., McKeown, S., Churchyard, J., & Howlett, N. (2013). Believe it or not: Exploring dogmatism and different belief structures across non-religious groups. Personality and Individual Differences, 55, 936-940.
Gurney, D. J., Vekaria, K., & Howlett, N. (2013). A nod in the wrong direction: Does nonverbal feedback affect eyewitness confidence? Psychiatry, Psychology & Law. DOI:10.1080/13218719.2013.804388
Pine, K.J., Gurney, D. J., & Fletcher, B. C. (2010). The semantic specificity hypothesis: When gestures do not depend upon the presence of a listener. Journal of Nonverbal Behaviour, 34(3), 169-178.
Gurney, D. J. (2014). Creative with the truth: Individual differences in nonverbal indicators of deception. In 6th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies, July 8-11 2014 (p.6). University of California, San Diego, CA. International Society for Gesture Studies.
Gurney, D. J. (2013). The effects of nonverbal influence on eyewitness confidence. In Annual Conference, 9-11 April 2013 (p.35). Harrogate International Centre, Harrogate, UK. British Psychological Society.
Gurney, D. J. (2012). Gestural misinformation: Influencing others through gesture. In Annual Conference, 18-20 April 2012 (p.65). Grand Connaught Rooms, London, UK: British Psychological Society
Gurney, D.J., & Pine, K.J. (2009). Can misleading hand gestures influence? In Cognitive Psychology Section 26th Annual Conference, 1-2 September 2009 (p.44) University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, UK: British Psychological Society.
Gurney, D. J., Haines, G., Ellis, L., & Bhanderi, B. (2012). What causes us to gesture? Examining different functions of gesture in conversation.Poster session to be presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, London, UK.
Gurney, D.J., & Pine, K. J. (2011). Can misleading hand gestures influence eyewitness testimony? Poster session presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Glasgow, UK.
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