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Elizabeth Loftus' study on eyewitness testimony demonstrates which of the following?
Eyewitness testimony is highly inaccurate and has no place in the legal system.
Once a memory has been encoded after seeing an event, the memory is very durable and resistant to change.
Leading questions and wording effects can have a significant effect on eyewitness recollections about an incident from memory.
Children generally provide more accurate information than adults do.
The level of confidence in the eyewitness directly correlates with their accuracy.