Scott Fraser:
Scott Fraser: ¿Por qué los testigos se equivocan?

TEDxUSC · 20:50 · Filmed May 2012
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Scott Fraser investiga cómo los seres humanos recuerdan los crímenes y dan testimonio de ello. En esta charla de gran alcance centrada en un tiroteo mortal al atardecer sugiere que incluso los testigos oculares cercanos a un crimen pueden crear "recuerdos" que no habrían podido ver. ¿Pero por qué? Porque el cerebro aborrece el vacío.

Forensic psychologist, expert witness
Scott Fraser is a forensic psychologist who thinks deeply about the fallibility of human memory and encourages a more scientific approach to trial evidence. Full bio
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