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Öz Introduction: The 48-person lineup has been found to decrease substantially mistaken identifications, with little cost to correct ones. The goal of this experiment was to increase correct identifications.

Partial Memory: Another Reason for using Large Lineups?

Kaynakça

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Kaynak Göster

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APA Levi, A . (2019). Partial Memory: Another Reason for using Large Lineups? . Journal of Penal Law and Criminology , 7 (1) , 53-65 . DOI: 10.26650/JPLC2019-0002
MLA Levi, A . "Partial Memory: Another Reason for using Large Lineups?" . Journal of Penal Law and Criminology 7 (2019 ): 53-65 <
Chicago Levi, A . "Partial Memory: Another Reason for using Large Lineups?". Journal of Penal Law and Criminology 7 (2019 ): 53-65
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ISNAD Levi, Avraham . "Partial Memory: Another Reason for using Large Lineups?". Journal of Penal Law and Criminology 7 / 1 (Temmuz 2019): 53-65 .
AMA Levi A . Partial Memory: Another Reason for using Large Lineups?. Journal of Penal Law and Criminology. 2019; 7(1): 53-65.
Vancouver Levi A . Partial Memory: Another Reason for using Large Lineups?. Journal of Penal Law and Criminology. 2019; 7(1): 53-65.
IEEE A. Levi , "Partial Memory: Another Reason for using Large Lineups?", Journal of Penal Law and Criminology, c. 7, sayı. 1, ss. 53-65, Tem. 2019, doi:10.26650/JPLC2019-0002