Psychologists Dr Hartmut Blank and Dr Jim Sauer, of the University of
Portsmouth, have been awarded ?100,000 (?119,813) to examine what may influence
people when picking out a possible perpetrator.
Their initial research suggests that people are more likely to identify line-up
members they dislike and less likely to identify someone they like.
They say that such decisions are automatic and spontaneous rather than thought
Dr Blank, a specialist in memory and the effect of social influences on how and
what we remember, said: "It's natural that we don't enjoy creating trouble for
someone we like by identifying them as a perpetrator."
- Ben Mitchell in London
5. Various Different Colored Mice from
Just Two Parents.
Source: Time-Life Books.
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