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The Relationship Between Confidence and Accuracy for Eyewitness Identifications Made From Simultaneous and Sequential Police Lineups

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Professor John Wixted explains that field studies and lab studies agree that confidence is strongly tied to accuracy in eyewitness identifications. Unfortunately, the legal system is still using outdated science and incomplete information, and telling juries that eyewitness identification is not reliable.

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