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Examples of previously-covered material that can be applied to law
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Social Psychology versus Law Law is doctrinal Social Psychology is empirical
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Some Assumptions of the Legal System Jurors can process __________ information People can __________ opinion People can __________ information from their minds People can and will __________ the law Jurors can and will report their own __________ Witness can __________ accurately on things they have witnessed
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How does memory work? The Video Analogy
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Memory is not like a video system Perception is interpretive Expectation affects processing Not all that is perceived is recording in memory Memory is a conclusion
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Scientific Method for Studying Eyewitness Memory
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When do eyewitness errors occur? Three Different Phases Acquisition Storage Retrieval
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Acquisition of Information by an Eyewitness Viewing Conditions Weapon Focus Effect The presence of a weapon greatly
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 280 taught by Professor Stephaniemaddon during the Spring '07 term at Iowa State.

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