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2. How was recall measured/collected?

  • Asked leading questions
  • Took part in a interview
  • Filled out a questionnaire requiring them to remember details about the receptionist and the man, what he was holding and what they thought he was doing in the salon.
  • Randomly told the researchers details about the receptionist and the man, what he was holding and what they thought he was doing in the salon

3. What was the aim?

  • To examine if weapon focus just effects recall when the participants are part of the event
  • To examine the effects of weapon focus on EWT when the unusualness and threat of the object changes
  • To see if people will be obedient to an authority figure
  • To examine the effects of leading questions on EWT

4. The DV?

  • The level of recall in each scenario, depending on the item the man held being threatening or unusual
  • The number of participants
  • The length of the video
  • The level of recall for the knife and chicken

5. Why was there a second procedure?

  • Done to check the validity of the first experiment
  • Done to check the of the first experiment
  • Done to check the reliability of the first experiment
  • Done to check the ethics of the first experiment

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