These are the sources and citations used to research eyewitness memory. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Dunning and Perretta, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Dunning, D. and Perretta, S., 2002. Automaticity and eyewitness accuracy: A 10- to 12-second rule for distinguishing accurate from inaccurate positive identifications. Journal of Applied Psychology, 87(5), pp.951-962.
In-text: (Kassin, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Kassin, S., 1998. Eyewitness identification procedures: The fifth rule. Law and Human Behavior, 22(6), pp.649-653.
In-text: (Leach, Cutler and Van Wallendael, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Leach, A., Cutler, B. and Van Wallendael, L., 2009. Lineups and Eyewitness Identification. Annu. Rev. Law. Soc. Sci., 5(1), pp.157-178.
In-text: (Roper and Shewan, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Roper, R. and Shewan, D., 2002. Compliance and eyewitness testimony: Do eyewitnesses comply with misleading ‘expert pressure’ during investigative interviewing?. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 7(2), pp.155-163.
In-text: (Valentine and Maras, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Valentine, T. and Maras, K., 2011. The effect of cross-examination on the accuracy of adult eyewitness testimony. Appl. Cognit. Psychol., 25(4), pp.554-561.
In-text: (Wells and Bradfield, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Wells, G. and Bradfield, A., 1998. "Good, you identified the suspect": Feedback to eyewitnesses distorts their reports of the witnessing experience. Journal of Applied Psychology, 83(3), pp.360-376.
In-text: (Wells et al., 1998)
Your Bibliography: Wells, G., Small, M., Penrod, S., Malpass, R., Fulero, S. and Brimacombe, C., 1998. Eyewitness identification procedures: Recommendations for lineups and photospreads. Law and Human Behavior, 22(6), pp.603-647.
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