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1991, ISBN 9780459356217, xxxi, 256
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2012, Essays in cognitive psychology, ISBN 9781848728837, cm.
This volume provides a tutorial review and evaluation of scientific research on the accuracy and reliability of eyewitness identification. The book starts with... 
Criminal investigation | Memory | Mistaken identity - Psychological aspects | Forensic psychology | Eyewitness identification | Mistaken identity
Book
2013, 1st ed., ISBN 9781433812835, ix, 235
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2015, Wiley series in the psychology of crime, policing and law, ISBN 1118469585, 375
Forensic Facial Identification discusses the latest scientific and technical advancements in the field and their implications for practice in psychology,... 
Psychology | Forensic Psychology | Eyewitness identification | Face perception | Criminals | Human face recognition (Computer science)
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2010, Best practices in forensic mental health assessment, ISBN 9780195372687
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2016, SAGE video forum, ISBN 9781473990302
Dr. Laura Mickes discusses her research into eyewitness identification and confidence. Some types of results are more important for judges and juries, while... 
Eyewitness identification | Research
Video Recording
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, ISSN 0882-0783, 12/2018, Volume 33, Issue 4, pp. 375 - 384
Prior research has shown that primary confession evidence can alter eyewitnesses’ identifications and self-reported confidence. The present study investigated... 
Criminology and Criminal Justice, general | Eyewitness identification | Psychology | Jailhouse informant | Law and Psychology | Eyewitness confidence | Psychology, general | Secondary confession | Primary confession | Confession (Law) | Testimony | Armed robbery | Robbery | Confidence | Feedback | Confessions | Crime | Identification | Experimental psychology | Witnesses | Eyewitnesses
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Perspectives on Psychological Science, ISSN 1745-6916, 5/2012, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp. 238 - 259
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Current Directions in Psychological Science, ISSN 0963-7214, 2/2011, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 24 - 27
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2013, 1st ed., ISBN 9781433812835
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1996, ISBN 9780805818659, viii, 318
Why do police officers, investigators, prosecutors, judges, and others with an interest in eliciting accurate memory-based testimony need to inform themselves... 
Psychological aspects | Eyewitness identification | Sociology, Social Studies | United States
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American Psychologist, ISSN 0003-066X, 09/2015, Volume 70, Issue 6, pp. 515 - 526
Eyewitness memory is widely believed to be unreliable because (a) high-confidence eyewitness misidentifications played a role in over 70% of the now more than... 
Confidence | Accuracy | Eyewitness memory | MISINFORMATION | CALIBRATION | RECOGNITION | confidence | accuracy | FALSE MEMORIES | ABSOLUTE | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | DECISIONS | eyewitness memory | REPEATED RETRIEVAL | SCIENCE | JUDGMENTS | FEEDBACK | Female | Male | Mental Recall | Humans | Memory | Crime | Eyewitness identification | Recognition (Psychology) | Analysis | Witnesses | Recognition | Index Medicus
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