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Elizabeth Loftus, distinguished professor of the University of California at Irvine overviews her groundbreaking research on memory in the area of law for this symposium on applied psychology. Particularly, she focuses on research regarding the misinformation effect, faulty eyewitness memory resulting in wrongful convictions, and criminal accusations resulting from recovered repressed memories. Loftus further discusses ways in which such research on memory can be applied to other professions outside of research on psychology or law.
Psychology, Applied Social sciences Law Psychological aspects Law and the social sciences Recovered memory Judicial error False memories
Original video: 120 minute VHS cassette; Tapes 1 and 2; recorded symposium presentation entitled, “Contributions from the Study of Law and Psychology: Memory Research Applied to Real World Problems,” from the symposium entitled, “The Rise of Applied Psychology: Rewarding Careers and New Frontiers for Improving the Human Condition,” January 24, 2004