effect of leading questions on eye witness testimony

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Effect of LEADING QUESTIONS on eye witness testimony.
Leading questions are designed to get a specific answer. Certain information is included within the question to prompt the required answer.
CASE STUDY:
Loftus and Palmer:
1. 45 students took part in a lab experiment where they were asked to watch clips of car

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