Could you be wrongly picked as the suspect in a lineup?

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Imagine this: somebody commits a crime, and an eyewitness claims you're the prime suspect.

So, you're put in a lineup with the actual criminal — how likely is it that you'll still be picked?

James Ford is talking about this intriguing study and the fascinating results. Joining him is Associate Professor of Psychology at John Jay College, Dr. Jennifer Dysart.

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