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2. when were more gulity vedicts give in cutler?

  • good WIC- descriptive form of testimony
  • good WIC- quanative
  • bad WIC- descriptive form of testimony

3. What was the aim in Pennington and Hastie?

  • to investigate if hearing psychological research which casts doubt on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony affects jurors decision by making them more sceptical about the testimony
  • To find out if story evidence summaries are true causes of final verdict decisions and the extent to which story order affects confidence in those decisions
  • effect on prior convictions, how much cred of witness affects ability to ignore inadmissible evidence, to look at role of judges instructions when followed by a legal explanation

4. What was the four DV's in Pickel?

  • 1) estimate of probale guilt,2) rating 10 point likert scale of how much prior conviction made guilty verdict 3) rating of cred of each witness 4) the verdict
  • 1) verdict 2) attractiveness 3) cred 4) prior convictions

5. memory can not be blamed for lack of judgement in cutler

  • true 85% recalled testimony
  • false 10% recalled testimony


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