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On the Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology and Crime

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Originally published by Hugo Munsterberg in 1908, this classic treatise applies experimental methods to the courtroom and is the foundational text of forensic psychology. With a new foreword by psychologist Elizabeth Loftus (author of Witness for the Defense, Eyewitness Testimony, and The Myth of Repressed Memory) the impact of this work continues to be felt a century after its initial publication. Topics in the book include: the memory of the witness, the detection of crime, untrue confessions, suggestions in court, hypnotism and crime, illusions, and the prevention of crime. Hide synopsis

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