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Hellmann, D. F., & Memon, A. (2016). Attribution of crime motives biases eyewitnesses' memory and sentencing decisions. Psychology, Crime and Law, 22(10), 957-976. https://doi.org/10.1080/1068316X.2016.1207768, Attribution of crime motives biases eyewitnesses' memory and sentencing decisions

Titel:
Attribution of crime motives biases eyewitnesses' memory and sentencing decisions

Jahr(gang):
2016

(Co-)Autoren:
  • Amina Memon

Name der Zeitschrift:
Psychology, Crime and Law

Heft/Ausgabe:
22/10

Seiten von-bis:
957-976

Beschreibung:

Schlagworte:
misinformation effect, eyewitness memory, attribution, crime motives, sentencing, mock-jurors