Tui Shaw

Exploring the use of visual aids and ground rules in forensic interviewing of children.

Profile

Tui completed her BSc with Honours at Victoria University of Wellington in 2017 and is now a PhD candidate in the School of Psychology. Her doctoral research examines the use of visual aids as a means of teaching children to use ground rules in forensic interviewing. Tui has a passion for child development and developmental psychology. When she is not studying, she spends her time volunteering at Youthline as a phone counsellor and facilitating a Youth Development Programme.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science majoring in Psychology and Criminology
Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Psychology

Research Interests

Developmental Psychology
Forensic Psychology

PhD topic

Exploring the use of visual aids and ground rules in forensic interviewing of children

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Labs

Applied Developmental Psychology Lab- Directed by Dr Deirdre Brown

The Applied Developmental Lab studies how to support children to remember and talk about their experiences.