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Lloyd-Bostock, Sally M., Clifford, Brian R.
NAIVE/JUROR RESPONSES TO WITNESS TESTIMONY. Is the Psychology of Eyewitness Identification a Matter of Common Sense? (A. Yarmey & H. Tressillian Jones). How Do People Infer the Accuracy of Eyewitness Memory? Studies of Performance and a Metamemory Analysis (G. Wells and R. Lindsay). Eyewitness Testimony and the Discrediting Effect. (D. Saunders, et al). TECHNIQUES OF MAXIMIZING AND EVALUATING THE RELIABILITY OF EVIDENCE. Measuring the Fairness of Eyewitness Identification Lineups. (R. Malpass & P. Devine). Forensic Face Recall: The Role of Visual and Verbal Information. (G. Davies). Improving Face Recognition Ability. (A. Baddeley & M. Woodhead). Lie Detection: Techniques and Countermeasures. (G. Gudjonsson). FACTORS INFLUENCING THE QUALITY OF MEMORY. The Malleability of Eyewitness Accounts. (E. Loftus & K. Ketcham). Identification After Long Delays. (J. Shepherd). Memory for Voices: The Feasibility and Quality of Earwitness Evidence. (B. Clifford). The Influence of Arousal on Reliability of Testimony. (K. Deffenbacher). What Do We Really Know About Cross-Race Eyewitness Identification? (R. Lindsay & G. Wells). FUTURE DIRECTIONS. Identification and Misidentification in Legal Processes: Redefining the Problem. (W. Twining). Witness Evidence: Conclusion and Prospect. (B. Clifford & S. Lloyd-Bostock). Index.Lloyd-Bostock, Sally M. is the author of 'Evaluating Witness Evidence' with ISBN 9780471104636 and ISBN 0471104639.
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