Child Witnesses and Canadian Courts
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This paper explores issues of child witness suggestibility in the Canadian Supreme Court.
From the Paper:"Peterson, C., Moores, L., & White, G. (2001). Recounting the same events again and again: Children's consistency across multiple interviews. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 15, 353-371: Children treated in emergency rooms were interviewed the next day, and then 6 months, one year, and two years later (Peterson, Moores & White, 2001, pp. 357-58). Information repeated throughout the interview cycle was accurate. Details added later were less accurate (Peterson, Moores & White, 2001, pp. 358-68)."
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