Scott Fraser:
Scott Fraser: Perché i testimoni si sbagliano

TEDxUSC · 20:50 · Filmed May 2012
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Scott Fraser studia il modo in cui gli esseri umani ricordano i crimini — e come testimoniano al riguardo. In questo intenso intervento, che si focalizza su una sparatoria mortale al tramonto, suggerisce che anche chi assiste da vicino ad un crimine può creare "ricordi" di cose che potrebbe non aver visto. Perché? Perché il cervello aborrisce il vuoto.

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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