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Title Adult eyewitness testimony : current trends and developments / edited by David Frank Ross, J. Don Read, Michael P. Toglia.
Imprint Cambridge [England] ; New York, NY : Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, 1994.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  K5483 .A73 1994    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  K5483 .A73 1994    AVAILABLE  
Subject Eyewitness identification.
Evidence, Criminal.
Forensic psychology.
Alt Name Ross, David F., 1959-
Read, J. Don.
Toglia, Michael P.
Description xiv, 434 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Reports of suggested memories: do people truly believe them? / Kenneth R. Weingardt, H. Kelly Toland, and Elizabeth F. Loftus--Memory source monitoring and eyewitness testimony / Stephen Lindsay--Understanding bystander misidentifications: the role of familiarity and contextual knowledge / J. Don Read--Unconscious transference and lineup identification: toward a memory blending approach / David F. Ross, Stephen J. Ceci, David Dunning, and Michael P. Toglia--Earwitness evidence: memory for a perpetrator's voice / A. Daniel Yarmey--Whole body information: its relevance to eyewitnesses / Malcolm D. MacLeod, Jason N. Frowley, snd John W. Shepherd--Actual victims and witnesses to robbery and fraud: an archival analysis / Patricia A. Tollestrup, John W. Turtle, and John C. Yuille--Conceptual, practical, and empirical issues associated with eyewitness identification test media / Brian L. Cutler, Garrett L. Berman, Steven Penrod, and Ronald P. Fisher--Biased lineups: where do they come from? / R.C.L. Lindsay.
(cont.) Evaluating the fairness of lineups / John C. Brigham and Jeffrey E. Pfeifer--Recommendations for properly conducted lineup identification tasks / Gary L. Wells, Eric P. Seelau, Sheila M. Rydell, and C.A. Elizabeth Luus--Improving eyewitness testimony with the cognitive interview / Ronald P. Fisher, Michelle R. McCauley, and R. Edward Geiselman--Distinguishing accurate from inaccurate eyewitness identifications: a reality monitoring approach / Lisa Beth Stern and David Dunning--Decision times and eyewitness identification accuracy in simultaneous and sequential lineups / Siegfried Ludwig Spoor--Individual differences in personality and eyewitness identification / Harmon Hosch--Eyewitness identification confidence / C.A. Elizabeth Luus and Gary L. Wells--Expectations of eyewitness performance: jurors' verdicts do not follow from their beliefs / R.C.L. Lindsay--The appraisal of eyewitness testimony / Michael R. Leippe.
ISBN 0521432553 (hardback)
OCLC # 27973520
Table of Contents
 List of contributors 
 Preface 
Pt. ICognitive, physical and social processes and factors influencing eyewitness recall and identification 
 1Reports of suggested memories: Do people truly believe them? / Kenneth R. Weingardt, H. Kelly Toland, Elizabeth F. Loftus3
 2Memory source monitoring and eyewitness testimony / D. Stephen Lindsay27
 3Understanding bystander misidentifications: The role of familiarity and contextual knowledge / J. Don Read56
 4Unconscious transference and lineup identification: Toward a memory blending approach / David F. Ross, Stephen J. Ceci, David Dunning, Michael P. Toglia80
 5Earwitness evidence: Memory for a perpetrator's voice / A. Daniel Yarmey101
 6Whole body information: Its relevance to eyewitnesses / Malcolm D. MacLeod, Jason N. Frowley, John W. Shepherd125
 7Actual victims and witnesses to robbery and fraud: An archival analysis / Patricia A. Tollestrup, John W. Turtle, John C. Yuille144
Pt. IILineup construction and collection of testimony 
 8Conceptual, practical, and empirical issues associated with eyewitness identification test media / Brian L. Cutler, Garrett L. Berman, Steven Penrod, Ronald P. Fisher163
 9Biased lineups: Where do they come from? / R. C. L. Lindsay182
 10Evaluating the fairness of lineups / John C. Brigham, Jeffrey E. Pfeifer201
 11Recommendations for properly conducted lineup identification tasks / Gary L. Wells, Eric P. Seelau, Sheila M. Rydell, C. A. Elizabeth Luus223
 12Improving eyewitness testimony with the Cognitive Interview / Ronald P. Fisher, Michelle R. McCauley, R. Edward Geiselman245
Pt. IIIWhom to believe? Distinguishing accurate from inaccurate eyewitnesses 
 13Distinguishing accurate from inaccurate eyewitness identifications: A reality monitoring approach / Lisa Beth Stern, David Dunning273
 14Decision times and eyewitness identification accuracy in simultaneous and sequential lineups / Siegfried Ludwig Sporer300
 15Individual differences in personality and eyewitness identification / Harmon Hosch328
 16Eyewitness identification confidence / C. A. Elizabeth Luus, Gary L. Wells348
 17Expectations of eyewitness performance: Jurors' verdicts do not follow from their beliefs / R. C. L. Lindsay362
 18The appraisal of eyewitness testimony / Michael R. Leippe385
 Name index419
 Subject index426


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