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Analysing Witness Testimony: Psychological, Investigative, and Evidential Perspectives, A Guide for Legal Practitioners and Other Professionals
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edited by David Wolchover, fl. 1999 and Anthony Heaton-Armstrong, fl. 1999; with Eric Shepherd, fl. 1983 (London, England: Blackstone Press, 1999, originally published 1999), 382 page(s)
edited by David Wolchover, fl. 1999 and Anthony Heaton-Armstrong, fl. 1999; with Eric Shepherd, fl. 1983 (London, England: Blackstone Press, 1999, originally published 1999), 382 page(s)
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The Big, the Small, and the Complex: How Good Is Your Memory?
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(2011),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
One of the fascinating things about people who have had a misattribution memory is the confidence in which they will defend their recollection. Building upon his anecdote about memory researcher Donald Thompson, who was wrongfully accused of a brutal rape due to a misattribution, Daniel Schacter proposes a memory...
(2011),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
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The Big, the Small, and the Complex: To Remember Better, Build a Mansion in Your Mind
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(2011),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
Joshua Foer, author of Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything, walks us through the process of constructing “memory palaces”—an age-old memorization technique currently exploited by the world’s leading memory champs and mental athletes. Psychologist and memory expert Lynn...
(2011),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
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Can Eyewitnesses be Trusted?
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(2013),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
Legal expert Nita Farahany and neuroscientist Anthony Wagner say that fMRI studies show that we cannot rely on our memories to be accurate. But technology to prove this is not yet ready for the courtroom.
(2013),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
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33: ELIZABETH LOFTUS: LEADING QUESTIONS AND FALSE MEMORIES
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with Douglas Mook; in Classic Experiments in Psychology (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004, originally published 2004), 199-202
with Douglas Mook; in Classic Experiments in Psychology (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004, originally published 2004), 199-202
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Elizabeth Loftus: Memory Matters
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(2013),
Source: www.youtube.com
"People sometimes remember things that never happened." The BHA, Centre for Inquiry UK, Goldsmiths' Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit present Elizabeth Loftus on Memory Matters, exploring how and why this happens.
(2013),
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Exclusive: The Bunny Effect
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(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
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How difficult is it to manufacture someone else's memory? Psychology professor Elizabeth Loftus says it's a whole lot easier than you might think.
(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
Source: www.youtube.com
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Eyewitness Testimony Part 1
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(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
Source: www.youtube.com
Lesley Stahl reports on flaws in eyewitness testimony that are at the heart of the DNA exonerations of falsely convicted people like Ronald Cotton, who has now forgiven his accuser, Jennifer Thompson.
(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
Source: www.youtube.com
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Eyewitness Testimony Part 2
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(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
Source: www.youtube.com
Lesley Stahl explores the task of an eyewitness to choose a criminal out of line up through memory. Jennifer Thompson falsely selected Ronald Cotton as her rapist.
(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
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The Faint Echoes of Memory
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(2011),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
Neuroscientist Frank Tong elaborates on the processes used by scientists to decipher what a person is visualizing. The insights gained by being able to visualize the human brain as it both looks at and then later remembers a pattern, have led to some interesting conclusions about memory and the imagination.
(2011),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
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