Distorted retrospective eyewitness reports as functions of feedback and delay.

@article{Wells2003DistortedRE,
  title={Distorted retrospective eyewitness reports as functions of feedback and delay.},
  author={G. Wells and E. A. Olson and Steve D Charman},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Applied},
  year={2003},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={
          42-52
        }
}
Participant-witnesses viewed a crime video and attempted to identify the culprit from a culprit-absent lineup. The 253 mistaken-identification eyewitnesses were randomly given confirming, disconfirming, or no feedback regarding their identifications. Feedback was immediate or delayed 48 hr, and measures were immediate or delayed 48 hr. Confirming, but not disconfirming, feedback led to distortions of eyewitnesses' recalled confidence, amount of attention paid during witnessing, goodness of view… Expand
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