Informação enganadora e testemunho ocular em crianças : efeito do tipo de alinhamento e idade em ensaios de alvo ausente

Master thesis English OPEN
Caldeira, Johanne Lia Emonts (2014)
  • Publisher: Universidade de Aveiro
  • Subject: Eyewitness testimony | Sequencial and simultaneous lineups | Psicologia forense | Investigação criminal | Children | Reconhecimento facial | Forensic investigation | Memória - Crianças | Misleading information | Target absence

Mestrado em Psicologia Forense Existing literature on eyewitness testimony indicates that there is a wide range of variables which interfere with the reliability of eyewitness identifications (e.g., eyewitness’ age, target presence in the lineup, presence of misleadi... View more
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