Sökning: "eyewitness memory"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 11 avhandlingar innehållade orden eyewitness memory.
1. Eyewitness testimonies : The memory and meta-memory effects of retellings and discussions with non-witnesses
Sammanfattning : This thesis investigated the eﬀects of eyewitnesses retellings and discussions with non-witnesses on the eyewitness memory and meta-memory judgments. In Study I, the eﬀect of eyewitness discussions with non-witnesses (persons who had not experienced the event) on eyewitness memory and meta-memory realism for the overall information about an event was investigated. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Eyewitnesses are an important source of information in many criminal investigations. However, the memory of an eyewitness is not always accurate, and errors may occur that have serious consequences. Alcohol-related crimes are common and therefore, intoxicated witnesses are common. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The present thesis includes four empirical studies that explore whether eyewitness accounts of a violent crime may be affected by factors related to the group membership of witness, perpetrator, and victim.Study 1 investigates how an immigrant and a Swedish perpetrator of a simulated, violent robbery are evaluated and remembered by immigrant and Swedish witnesses. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This dissertation investigates the realism in people's confidence judgments. Study I investigated whether mood influences the confidence people have in their event memory. However, there were no significant differences in the realism of the participants' confidence judgments between conditions (elated and neutral). LÄS MER
5. Child and Adult Witness Event Memory Reporting and Metamemory Capabilities : Social Aspects and Legal Professionals’ Opinions
Sammanfattning : This dissertation focuses on aspects of the social context of child and adult eyewitness memory reports, along with their relation to report accuracy and metamemory performance. More specifically, it investigates the effects on memory reports and metamemory judgments of i) receiving feedback from co-witnesses, ii) being probed for further eventmemory reports, and iii) retelling eventmemory contents. LÄS MER