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|Title:||The effect of lineup member similarity on recognition accuracy in simultaneous and sequential lineups.|
|Citation:||LAW HUM BEHAV, 2007, 31 (1), pp. 33-52|
|Abstract:||Two experiments investigated whether remembering is affected by the similarity of the study face relative to the alternatives in a lineup. In simultaneous and sequential lineups, choice rates and false alarms were larger in low compared to high similarity lineups, indicating criterion placement was affected by lineup similarity structure (Experiment 1). In Experiment 2, foil choices and similarity ranking data for target present lineups were compared to responses made when the target was removed from the lineup (only the 5 foils were presented). The results indicated that although foils were selected more often in target-removed lineups in the simultaneous compared to the sequential condition, responses shifted from the target to one of the foils at equal rates across lineup procedures.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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