Principal Investigator(s): Geiselman, R. Edward; Saywitz, Karen J.; Bornstein, Gail K.
Summary: This data collection, designed to improve the quality of children's testimony in court, evaluates how different types of interview formats affect the completeness and accuracy of children's recall performance. Specifically, the study assesses the impact of a "practice interview" about an event on the completeness and accuracy of later reports about a second, unrelated event. Three interview conditions were employed, and each condition consisted of both a practice inter... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR09789.v1
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