As many of you now know, Elizabeth Loftus is one of the most famous psychologists in the world. If you remember her work on eyewitness memory (Loftus and Palmer, 1974), you might find this recent discussion of her still-controversial findings interesting. Pay close attention to the details of this account and notice how ethical considerations play a critical role in how the validity of psychological research is evaluated.

This post was inspired by Stuart Cipinko


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