Lynn Garrioch

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This research focuses on how lineup administrators influence eyewitnesses' postidentification confidence. What happens to witness confidence when a witness makes an identification that confirms the lineup administrator's expectations; what happens when this expectation is not confirmed? In Experiment 1, participant interviewers (n = 52) administered(More)
In Experiment 1, we videotaped elderly and younger adults (n = 69) reporting their memories of a crime video. The seniors were significantly less accurate than the younger adults. In Experiment 2, participants viewed the "testimony" videotapes and rated the elderly as less credible than the younger adults. In Experiment 3, participant-jurors (n = 302)(More)
Participant-witnesses (young adults/young seniors/older seniors) viewed one of two versions of a simulated videotaped crime (crime context either familiar to young or older adults). The witnesses were videotaped responding to direct and cross-examination questions about the video. The older seniors were significantly less accurate than the young adults and(More)
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