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Eyewitness testimony research has informed the federal government's guidelines for competent use of eyewitness evidence in criminal matters (Wells, Malpass, Lindsay, Fisher, Turtle, & Fulero, 2000). This study regarding the effect of eyewitness testimony can be used to generate a discussion regarding the influence on juries of such testimony. This page explains how this study can be used to illustrate the value of using multiple group designs and serves as a point of departure for explaining post-hoc analyses.

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