Individual differences in eyewitness identification accuracy between sequential and simultaneous line-ups: consequences for police practice and jury decisions

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Dominic Willmott ; Nicole Sherretts (2016)
  • Publisher: Termedia Publishing House
  • Journal: Current Issues in Personality Psychology (issn: 2353-4192, eissn: 2353-561X)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5114/cipp.2016.62701
  • Subject: sequential-superiority effect | mock witness paradigm | confidence-accuracy relationship | Psychology | BF1-990

Background Although previous research has indicated that sequential line-up procedures result in fewer mistaken identifications, this was found to be at the expense of accurate identifications more typical within simultaneous procedures. Hence, there remains a lack... View more
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