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METHOD EXPERIMENT I
METHOD EXPERIMENT 2
RESULTS EXPERIMENT 2
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accuracy and confidence actual assailant ANOVA asked to pick assailant present assailant was absent assailant was present bystander was disguised confederates confidence rating excluding context reinstatement contextualized bystander Cornell University correct line-up identification correlation crime decontextualized disguised or undisguised event eyewitness identification eyewitness memory eyewitness testimony face recognition familiar bystanders familiar faces feelings of vague females foils Frank Ross frequency of identifying future research hypothesis identification accuracy identify the assailant identifying the bystander indicate initially seen Journal of Experimental levels of arousal levels of confidence line-up and bystander line-ups that contained line-ups were constructed Loftus memory trace occur pick the assailant point biserial correlation presence or absence present in line-up rating excluding subjects realistically staged recognition accuracy rate reliable difference responded don't know Ross shown line-ups significantly Social Psychology subjects that responded teaching assistant temporal factors thesis unconscious transference vague familiarity verbal assault witness confidence wrongly associate wrongly selected