The article describes an unusual approach to studying repressed memory. Briefly summarize the main points of the article, then consider this: What unique benefits are there to studying this topic in this way, compared to surveys, opinion polls, or other ways of collecting data? Are the results of this type of experiment more compelling than others? Do they address the reality (or lack thereof) of repressed memories more directly than other methods you can think of? What do you think?
According to the article, why is eyewitness testimony the most "powerful" type of evidence to present at trial, yet simultaneously be the "worst" evidence you actually have for your case? Discuss the problems in police procedures that may influence eyewitness testimony, and discuss what can be done to remedy such problems.