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This one page reading covers the Wells-Bradfield eyewitness suggestibility study that was conducted in the 1990's. It explains the steps of the study and how people were divided into different control and experimental groups to see how confident they were when identifying a subject. What the study found is that people are far more confident when they receive positive feedback and are more confident when it comes to testifying. After the students read the summary of the study, they then answer three questions.
Quick reads are great as bell ringers, reviews, or a quick activity to compliment a lesson plan. Also great if you do not have a textbook!
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