One of the first steps to comprehending why a witness’s memory should be tested only once is understanding that memory is malleable, especially following recognition tests, such as lineup procedures.
Editor in Chief Patricia J. Bauer, Emory University, Department of Psychology Senior Editors Alice Cronin-Golomb, Boston University, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences Lisa Diamond, University of Utah, Department of Psychology Scott Huettel, Duke University
APS William James Fellow Nora S. Newcombe has begun her 4-year term as Editor of Psychological Science in the Public Interest. Newcombe is the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Psychology at Temple University. She researches