The process of keeping acquired information in memory is .
Variables that are under the direct control of the criminal justice
and/or legal system are .
The amount of time that passes between witnessing an event
and making an identification or providing testimony is known as the
The posits that postevent information actually replaces the
information that witnesses initially encode about an event.
When several potential suspects are shown next to each other and
the witness is asked to select the perpetrator, a lineup has
are people other than the suspect who are in a lineup.
The biggest debate about recovered memories involves the of
The is the most common version of the polygraph test.
can be used to eliminate jurors for a number of different reasons.