Warren et al (2005)
- Two groups of participants - children & adults.
- Read a story.
- 20 questions, 15 of which were misleading.
- Children more likely to be influenced by misleading Qs.
- Participants told the Qs were 'hard', may make 'mistakes'.
- Participants focused more.
- Effect of misleading Qs reduced in all age groups.
- Children more suggestible than adults - not entirely reliable.
Goodman and Schaaf (1997)
- Participants given complex Qs.
- Child more likely to…