William Stern’s Eyewitness Testimony Experiment. What do you think about it? Have you heard of it?
I came across this today, and was intrigued. It's interesting that we can still learn from experiements that perhaps today would be unable to be performed due to ethics.
Pioneers like these paved the way for extremely innovative psychologists like Loftus. And in like fashion they expose the difficulties of working with eyewitnesses and the fallibilty of memory.
I think his experiment is a big contribution to forensic psychology, and his findings should be considered during an interrogation of a witness.
I have not heard of it before. Can you teach us a little about it?
https://psychhistoryandsystems.wordpress.com/2017/09/02/william-stern/ check this website to learn more about William Stern!