What can psychology say about the Neil v. Biggers criteria for judging eyewitness accuracy

@inproceedings{Wells1983WhatCP,
  title={What can psychology say about the Neil v. Biggers criteria for judging eyewitness accuracy},
  author={Gary L. Wells and Donna Morgan Murray},
  year={1983}
}
In an influential case (Neil v Biggers, 1972), the U S Supreme Court identified five catena to be considered m judging eyewitness identification evidence The Court's intuitions may need reassessment m light of recent psychological research evidence Especially in need of review is the assumption that eyewitness certainty and eyewitness identification accuracy are usefully related Under a variety of procedures that mimic the real-world environment, experiments have found the relationship between… CONTINUE READING

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