Induced suspicion of deception impairs eyewitnesses' memory of a suspect

Eyewitnesses to crimes sometimes perform cognitively demanding tasks while simultaneously observing a perpetrator. This division of attentional resources can cause them to remember the perpetrator less accurately. Pickel et al. (in press) showed that judging a target individual’s veracity impairs su...

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Main Author: Klauser, Brittney Michelle
Other Authors: Pickel, Kerri L.
Published: 2013
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