The effect of a weapon's presence on witnesses' memory for auditory information

Research supports the notion that weapons impair eyewitnesses' memory for visual information (weapon focus effect). Pickel and Betts (1999) found that the presence of a weapon can also interfere with witnesses' memory for auditory information. The primary objective of the current study was...

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Main Author: French, Tricia A.
Other Authors: Pickel, Kerri
Format: Others
Published: 2011
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