Intoxicated Eyewitnesses: The Effects of Alcohol on Eyewitness Recall across Repeated Interviews

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The study evaluated the usefulness of repeat-interviewing of witnesses to crimes who were intoxicated by alcohol at the time of the incident and their first interview, and then re-interviewed when not intoxicated the following day. Sixty young, social drinkers were divided into three groups. One group was given a “placebo” (alcohol-like) beverage, a second… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rooy2013IntoxicatedET, title={Intoxicated Eyewitnesses: The Effects of Alcohol on Eyewitness Recall across Repeated Interviews}, author={D. L. Rooy and Annabelle Nicol and Philip Terry}, year={2013} }