Hypnosissemschedrevised1122010

Hypnosissemschedrevised1122010 - Your paper: We will be...

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Your paper: We will be looking at the Daniels case (Indiana). You are to review the case material and write a paper supporting each of the points of view about it that are listed below. In the end, you pick the point of view that you favor and argue that it is the best one for the Daniels case. So, you are writing an opinion as would a judge, taking into account opposing points of view. In addition to case material, I have placed on line a number of paper and other court decisions. You may use these sources to buttress each and every one of your arguments, not just the one you choose to support in the end. 1) No one whose recollection has been hypnotically refreshed should ever be allowed to testify before a jury. 2) if a variety of safeguards are employed that, taken together, assure that relatively neutral hypnosis is possible and that all hypnotist/witness interaction is videotaped and available to experts for evaluation, a witness and expert witnesses should be allowed to testify. 3) The person testifying is a lay person. Hypnosis does not make people incompetent to testify.
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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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