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The single lineup paradigm: A new way to manipulate target presence in eyewitness identification experiments
Law and Human Behavior
The suspect in eyewitness lineups may be guilty or innocent. These possibilities are traditionally simulated in eyewitness identification studies using a dual-lineup paradigm: all witnesses observe the same perpetrator and then receive one of two lineups. In this paradigm, the suspect's guilt is manipulated by including the perpetrator in one lineup and an innocent suspect in the other. The lineup is then filled with people matched to either the suspect (resulting in different fillers indoi:10.1037/lhb0000272 pmid:29461076 fatcat:6l4n3tunkbbsfeqhki2umkh4vq