Graham M. Davies is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Leicester. His research interests lie in the areas of eyewitness testimony in children and adults and the support of vulnerable witnesses at court. He has published some six books and over 100 articles in scientific journals on these topics.
Daniel B. Wright is Professor at Florida International University and is an expert in applied memory research and methodology. He has published on various aspects of eyewitness testimony, flashbulb memories, survey methodology and statistics. Currently he is most interested in what happens to eyewitnesses when they talk with others after viewing a crime.