The Psychology of Eyewitness Identification: Essays in Cognitive Psychology


  • Rhian Worth


‘The Psychology of Eyewitness Identification’ discusses in detail research and issues relating to eyewitness identification, accuracy and reliability. Also included is a discussion of how research has impacted on practical aspects of life for example with social practice, police practice and legal practice. It is not only a book on the theory behind the topic but also an insight into practical aspects of theory – the best of both worlds.