Can the Elimination Lineup Procedure Overcome Lineup Bias: Comparison of Procedures

@inproceedings{Pozzulo2010CanTE,
  title={Can the Elimination Lineup Procedure Overcome Lineup Bias: Comparison of Procedures},
  author={Joanna D. Pozzulo and Julie L. Dempsey and Christine L. Clarke},
  year={2010}
}
Sequential and elimination lineup procedures were compared to examine the effect of clothing bias (i.e., innocent suspect is the only lineup member wearing similar clothing to that worn by the criminal at the time of the crime) on correct rejection rates. After witnessing a staged, videotaped theft, participants (N = 67) were presented with a sequential lineup procedure versus an elimination lineup procedure in which the lineup contained clothing bias or not. The elimination lineup procedure… CONTINUE READING

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