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Eyewitness Memory

Course Description:

Eyewitnesses are notoriously bad in the identification of the perpetrator of a crime. If you witness a crime, can you be sure that your memory for that event is accurate? Not really. Scientific evidence explains that memory changes over time and is easy to manipulate via suggestibility and misattribution. Dr. Jill Yamashita delves into the fascinating area of false memory and explains why eyewitnesses so often misfire when trying to recall the details of a crime.

 

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Day/Time

Wednesday, Oct. 4; 1:30 – 2:30pm

Location

Lecture Forum 103 at Monterey Peninsula College

Facilitator:

Jill Yamashita, PhD is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Cal State Monterey Bay. Her training is in Cognitive Psychology: face perception and
false memory.