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From: Theoretical vs. empirical discriminability: the application of ROC methods to eyewitness identification

Fig. 1

An illustration of two common eyewitness identification procedures. The left panel illustrates a showup in which the recognition memory test consists of a single photo ā€“ either the guilty suspect (the target) or an innocent suspect (the foil) ā€“ presented for a yes/no decision. The right panel illustrates a simultaneous lineup in which the recognition memory test consists of the presentation of a target-present array containing one guilty suspect (the target) and five fillers (foils) or a target-absent array containing one innocent suspect and five fillers (all foils). Suspect faces and filler faces from the Chicago Face database (Ma, Correll, & Wittenbrink, 2015)

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