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Some have argued that the memory of an eyewitness to a crime should be protected and treated like a crime scene because the person is so prone to mistakes. In particular, mistaken identification of suspects in a crime. Information presented after an event may alter our memory of the event leading to:

A

The Misinformation Effect

B

Source Amnesia

C

Repression

D

Dishonesty

E

Priming

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