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Do actors or observers make better eyewitnesses?
Researchers studying the reliability of eyewitness testimony have focused mainly on criminal rather than civil cases, specifically those including product identification and liability. With numerous lawsuits against product ...
Verbal and working memory deficits in an impulsive aggressive college sample.
Impulsive aggressors often report difficulties remembering details of their aggressive outbursts. Additionally, researchers have found impairments in working and verbal memory and in executive functions in both impulsive ...
Eyewitness testimony in civil litigation: retention, suggestion, and misinformation in product identification.
Expert testimony in eyewitness memory cases is now common in criminal cases. However, eyewitness testimony is also critical in civil litigation, particularly in product liability cases involving alleged exposure to toxic ...
The role of hyperpolarization-activated non-selective cation current in amygdala excitability and serotonin mediated effects.
The hyperpolarization-activated, cyclic nucleotide-dependent non-selective cationic (HCN) current (Ih) has an important functional role in the rat brain, participating in network oscillations, temporal summation of synaptic ...
The effects of aggression, impulsivity, and psychopathic traits on treatment program completion in substance dependent individuals.
The P300 component of the ERP (event-related potential) is defined as the most positive peak occurring between 250 and 450 milliseconds after the onset of a stimulus. Previous work has suggested that P300 amplitude may ...
Towards an implicit measure of religiousness-spirituality.
This series of studies examined statistical associations between a newly-developed implicit measure of religiousness-spirituality, well-validated explicit measures and pro-social behavior. In Study 1, undergraduates (n = ...