Monthly Archives: June 2013

How Do We Forget?

Briefly describe three ways that apparent “forgetting” may occur. Most of what we forget was never encoded in the first place (perhaps due to lack of attention), retrieval failures may occur when the context for retrieval is different than when … Continue reading

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Schemas and Witness Recall

What are schemas? How do schemas influence the way a witness recalls an event? Schemas and stereotypes are shortcuts in memory, learning and decision making that are not necessarily accurate to the real world. Sometimes eye witnesses change their memories … Continue reading

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Eyewitnesses and Dark Vision

Question: An eyewitness has departed a brightly-lit café at mid-night and walked down a street dimly-lit by weak street lamps. 30 minutes after leaving the café, they witness a hit-and-run. The eyewitness has given a description of the incident and … Continue reading

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Wonder Woman and the Polygraph

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Never Stop Dreaming

“Never stop dreaming – no one can take away your dreams”

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11 June 2013 Expression

What do you think this woman’s expression is saying? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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7 June 2013 Expression

What do you think the woman in the painting’s expression is saying? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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