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燦榮 | 7th Feb 2010 | 心理 | (21 Reads)
Since the 1990s, when DNA testing was first introduced, Innocence Project researchers have reported that 73 percent of the 239 convictions overturned through DNA testing were based on eyewitness testimony. One third of these overturned cases rested on the testimony of two or more mistaken eyewitnesses. How could so many eyewitnesses be wrong?

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Hahaha, human, we see only those we "want" to see! And our judgments are heavily based on our experiences, which are basically biases toward something. Anyway, glad to have the DNA tech, at least, less chances to be misunderstood :P


[引用] | 作者 嚴明 | 8th Feb 2010 | [舉報垃圾留言]