Analysis Of Earwitness Testimony

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According to Hammersley and Read (1996) mention that earwitness testimony is partially correct. In earwitness testimony ; an individual encounters some problems to identify all the voices of strangers that he/she does not know especially who differ their voices from time to time (cited in Matlin, 2003). In other words, a subject is able to recognize the known people’s voice and ignore the unknown one. Moreover, many psychologists were very interested to search and write about the paradox of recovered memory and false memory. (E.g. Brown et al., 1998, cited in Matlin, 2003). Concerning recovered memory is tha ability to forget about painful childhood memories, however, false memory is the construction of events that did not happened before.

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