The Science of Perception and Memory (inbunden)
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The Science of Perception and Memory (inbunden)

The Science of Perception and Memory

A Pragmatic Guide for the Justice System

Inbunden Engelska, 2014-10-23
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This book applies the latest research in perception and memory to specific issues that arise in the justice system. Daniel Reisberg's aim is to help attorneys, judges, and investigators whenever they confront evidence that relies on memory or what someone has seen and heard.
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Susan Elizabeth Reese, The Champion This small, information-rich volume is essential for the library of everyone who cares about the accuracy of witness evidence. Professor Daniel Reisberg provides a comprehensive and comprehensible handbook for understanding how we observe, remember, and recall information that may be critical in a legal proceeding. The book offers not only an overview of the scientific method and its use in the study of memory and perception, but also a strong argument for its
utility in the legal system in the search for justice... This book is an invaluable contribution to a responsible, reasoned, and well-informed use of science in the justice system.

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Daniel Reisberg is Patricia and Clifford Lunneborg Professor of Psychology at Reed College, Oregon. His research focuses on a range of topics tied to perception and cognition, with special emphasis on visual imagery and memory for emotional events. He is the editor of the Oxford Handbook ofCognitive Psychology.


Preface ; 1. Foundations ; 2. Perception ; 3. Memory ; 4. Witness IDs ; 5. ID Procedures ; 6. Voices and Conversation ; 7. Lies ; 8. Confessions ; 9. Jury Cognition ; 10. Kids ; 11. Kid Investigations ; Epilogue ; References