CCTV, Live and Videotapes: How Presentation Mode Affects the Evaluation of Witnesses

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  title={CCTV, Live and Videotapes: How Presentation Mode Affects the Evaluation of Witnesses},
  author={Sara Landstr{\"o}m},
  year={2008}
}
Landstrom, S. (2008). CCTV, Live and Videotapes: How Presentation Mode Affects the Evaluation of Witnesses. Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Videotaped and closed circuit testimonies are often used in legal procedures, but little is known about the psychological effects of these courtroom technologies. The present thesis examines how different presentation modes affect observers’ perception, veracity assessment and memory. In Study I truth-telling and lying adult… CONTINUE READING

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