Memory Science #137

November 04, 2011

This week, we’re featuring a pre-recorded interview on the work of Dr. Elizabeth Loftus, author, university professor, and pioneering researcher into the way our brains make and modify memories. And we’re joined by Iowa State University researcher Gary Wells, to discuss his new study on the ways that the administration of photo lineups can effect the memories of witnesses.

Guests:

  • Elizabeth Loftus
  • Gary Wells
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This episode was recorded when Science for the People was called Skeptically Speaking
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