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Lineup Size and Number of Cues: When Bigger Isn’t Better
Larger lineups could protect innocent suspects from being misidentified; however, they can also decrease correct identifications. Bertrand (2006) investigated whether the decrease in correct identifications could be prevented ...
Multiple Lineup Identification Procedure: Utility with Face-Only Lineups
Pryke, Lindsay, Dysart, and Dupuis (2004) investigated a novel method of lineup administration where participants made identifications from multiple lineups showing faces and bodies or playing recorded voices. Identifications ...