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Paper topic: What can be argued for the four tenable positions about hypnotically refreshed testimony? The key to the Daniels case comes down to several critical questions 1.) Did Michael Daniels shoot Chaplain Streett or was the crime done by Rowley? 2.) Given that we know that two of the three robbers were Cox (driver) and Edmonds (snitch), was the third person pretty much have to be Daniels or Rowley or could he have been someone else? 3.) What were the aspects of hypnosis that would make Time Streett more willing to make an identification? 4.) What were the acts after hypnosis that might have influenced Tim’s willingness/ability to make an identification of Daniels (such as photo lineup, picture in the newspaper and TV)? 5.) What about the ID by the other people who identified Daniels,. If Daniels didn’t do it, how did those happen. Are the IDs independent or have the other witnesses been influenced by each other and/or the ID process? What about press coverage and cuing? There were a group of young African-American (AA) males, aged 17 -25, who were friends and became, in some cases, partners in crime. On August 12 there was a robbery (Geiser) for which Rowley was later convicted. (That conviction was later reversed largely because the witnesses/victims had been hypnotized before the ID was made.) Then, on Aug 16, there were a
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 830:452 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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DanielsprecisbyKarlin - Paper topic: What can be argued for...

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