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The guidelines provide straightforward accounts of scientific findings and thinking about the nature of memory and memories to those who have to make judgements on memory evidence in criminal and civil proceedings. There are sections on legal and psychological considerations, vulnerable groups, memory, trauma and stress, witness interviews and statements and identification parades. Each section provides an overview of the relevant evidence and also provides recommended reading and technical references for those who wish to follow up on any points.

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Report

Publisher

British Psychological Society