A new book on misidentification by eyewitnesses "breaks the mold" by describing in historical, legal, and novelistic form a century-old war between psychologists and the legal system, says psychology Prof. Saul Kassin of Williams College.
Kassin praises James M. Doyle's "True Witness: Cops, Courts, Science, and the Struggle Against Misidentification," just out from Palgrave MacMillan.
After recounting classic cases of misidentification . . .
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