Mistaken identifications by eyewitnesses can have serious consequences, as evidenced by DNA exonerations cases. Research is presented examining how different types and degrees of disguise impact the likelihood that eyewitnesses will be able to identify the perpetrator from a police lineup. DataBlitz on Memory was held on 26 April 2013.
Eyewitness identification memory (DataBlitz 2013)
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