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What is EWT
the evidence given in court by a person who has witnessed a crime/incident with a view to identifying the perpetrator of the crime.
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What is the real life case study concerning accuracy of EWT
Case study of Jennifer Thompson who accused the wrong man of attacking her and getting put in life imprisonment.
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what are the different factors that can influence EWT
emotional states - anxiety, misleading information and the way that questions are asked.
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What is the definition of a leading question
A question that by its form or content, suggests to the witness what answer is desired or leads them to a desired answer.
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Which study, by whom, aimed to look at the impact of leading questions on our memory
Loftus study. Did a lab experiment with 150 ppts and showed them a clip of a car accident. split into 2 groups
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