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The confidence-accuracy (C-A) relation for general knowledge (GK) and eyewitness memory (EM) was compared in both within-and between-subjects analyses. Researchers in the cognitive tradition tend to use within-subjects designs and to find moderately positive C-A relations, whereas those in the forensic tradition tend to use between-subjects designs and to find no relation. Eighty subjects took part in one of two conditions-EM or GK. No difference between conditions was found on thedoi:10.1037//0021-9010.78.1.144 fatcat:opqglff6mzhsjcwsvmclrk3574