Professor Brian Cutler discusses his work in the field of psychology and law, particularly in relation to eyewitness testimony. Despite popular opinion, eyewitness testimony is not always reliable. Professor Cutler explains how stress, memory, and coercive interviewing techniques can interact to produce false identifications.
Brian Cutler Discusses Eyewitness Testimony/Psychology of Law
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