Research Fellow

Dr Carey Marr

Medicine & Health
School of Clinical Medicine

Carey Marr is a Research Fellow in the Discipline of Psychiatry & Mental Health whose current research focuses on examining mental illness and improving mental health treatment in legal and forensic settings. She received her PhD in 2021 from Maastricht University (NL) and the University of Portsmouth (UK) and is particularly interested in using research to improve policy and practice in legal and custodial settings.

  • Book Chapters | 2022
    2022, 'The effects of acute stress on eyewitness memory', in The Future of Forensic Psychology: Core Topics and Emerging Trends, Routledge, pp. 33 - 43,
  • Journal articles | 2023
    2023, 'A Systematic Review of Interpersonal Violence Perpetration and Victimization Risk Examined Within Single Study Cohorts, Including in Relation to Mental Illness', Trauma, Violence, and Abuse, pp. 15248380221145732,
    Journal articles | 2022
    Browne C; Chemjong P; Korobanova D; Jang S; Yee N; Marr C; Rae N; Ma T; Spencer SJ; Dean K, 2022, 'Self-harm risk screening on prison entry: assessing the predictive validity of self-harm history and recent ideation in men and women', International Journal of Prisoner Health, ahead-of-print,
    Journal articles | 2021
    2021, 'Early adversity and depressive symptoms among early adolescent girls: the mediating role of exposure to recent interpersonal acute stress', DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY,
    Journal articles | 2021
    2021, 'Facing stress: No effect of acute stress at encoding or retrieval on face recognition memory*', ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA, 219,
    Journal articles | 2021
    2021, 'Mitigating the negative effects of retrieval stress on memory: an arousal reappraisal intervention', Memory, 29, pp. 330 - 344,
    Journal articles | 2021
    2021, 'The effects of acute stress on eyewitness memory: an integrative review for eyewitness researchers', Memory, 29, pp. 1091 - 1100,
    Journal articles | 2021
    2021, 'The effects of stress on eyewitness memory: A survey of memory experts and laypeople', Memory and Cognition, 49, pp. 401 - 421,