Perceptual load affects eyewitness accuracy and susceptibility to leading questions

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Murphy, Gillian; Greene, Ciara M.;
(2016)

Load Theory (Lavie, 1995, 2005) states that the level of perceptual load in a task (i.e., the amount of information involved in processing task-relevant stimuli) determines the efficiency of selective attention. There is evidence that perceptual load affects distractor ... View more
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