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Forensic procedures for facial-composite construction
Purpose – The paper provides a detailed description of standard procedures for constructing facial composites. These procedures are relevant to forensic practice and are contained in the technicalExpand
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Does Practice Make the Perfect Liar? The Effect of Rehearsal and Increased Cognitive Load on Cues to Deception†
Summary Recent studies have explored ways to increase cognitive load in liars to identify cues to deception. This study used a driving simulator as a load-inducing technique to explore differencesExpand
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Enhancing older adults' eyewitness memory for present and future events with the Self-Administered Interview.
Older adults' memory reports are often less complete and accurate than those by younger adults. The current study assessed the suitability of the Self-Administered Interview (SAI) as retrievalExpand
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Alcohol-induced retrograde facilitation renders witnesses of crime less suggestible to misinformation
RationaleResearch has shown that alcohol can have both detrimental and facilitating effects on memory: intoxication can lead to poor memory for information encoded after alcohol consumptionExpand
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The cognitive interview buffers the effects of subsequent repeated questioning in the absence of negative feedback.
The Cognitive Interview (CI) is known to elicit high-quality information from cooperative witnesses. The present study examined whether the CI protects against two suggestive interview techniques:Expand
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Intoxicated eyewitnesses: The effect of a fully balanced placebo design on event memory and metacognitive control
Few studies have examined the impact of alcohol on metacognition for witnessed events. We used a 2x2 balanced placebo design, where mock-witnesses expected and drank alcohol, did not expect but drankExpand
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