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Eyewitness [electronic resource]: Who Did It?

Open University
Format
Video; Computer Resource; Online Video; Online
Summary
Relieved that a recent stabbing was, in fact, an event staged to test their memories, ten volunteers agree to undergo a second nightmare-an armed robbery during which one of them is abducted. This program records the assault and its scientific ramifications. Thanks to tiny eye-tracking cameras, experts can determine exactly what each test subject focused on when confronted by the shockingly convincing assailants. Even so, a subsequent police lineup and experiments with facial-recognition technology can't prevent two innocent men from being wrongly identified. Detectives must complete elaborate cross-referencing procedures to compensate for faulty witness memories.
Release Date
2010
Run Time
59 min.
Language
English
Notes
  • Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Jan. 28, 2010.
  • Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Variant Title
Who did it?
Series
Eyewitness: Memory in Criminal Investigation
Eyewitness, Memory in Criminal Investigation
Contents
  • Fallibility of Human Memory (1:06)
  • False Identification (1:33)
  • Eyewitness Accounts: Fragile (1:17)
  • Stranger Identification (1:07)
  • Police Artists (0:57)
  • Technology and Criminal Identification (0:50)
  • People Unrecognizable to Themselves (1:01)
  • Eyewitness Challenges (1:06)
  • Familiarity: Open-Faced Smile (1:13)
  • Ideal Eyewitness: Perfect Recall (1:09)
  • Different People See Different Things (0:50)
  • Eye-Tracker Glasses (1:24)
  • Fear and Memory (1:00)
  • Staged Kidnapping (0:57)
  • Eyewitnesses to a Kidnapping (0:59)
  • Crime Reenactment (2:02)
  • Eyewitness Reactions (0:54)
  • Eyewitness Interviews (1:56)
  • Police Arrests and Eyewitness Accounts (1:37)
  • Eyewitness Forgets Key Points (1:27)
  • Eyewitnesses: Weapon Focus (1:07)
  • Anxiety and Memory (1:15)
  • Fear: Eradication of Memory (1:47)
  • Witnesses Make Up Details (1:05)
  • False Eyewitness Account (1:51)
  • Are Witnesses Liars? (0:40)
  • Seeing Is Not Remembering (1:12)
  • Witness Changes Mind (1:45)
  • License Plate Recall (1:37)
  • False Witness (1:31)
  • Memory Changes (1:03)
  • Eyewitness Accounts vs. Identification (1:06)
  • Video Identification Parade System (1:26)
  • Identification Match (1:21)
  • Levels of Witness Confidence (1:04)
  • Face Recognition Difficulty (1:39)
  • Witness Contamination (1:19)
  • Similarity in Witness Vocabulary and Description (1:18)
  • Degraded Eyewitness Accounts (1:25)
  • Overly-Confident Witnesses (1:10)
  • Witness Account vs. Reality (2:24)
  • Eyewitnesses: Self-Evaluation (1:45)
  • Importance of Eyewitness Accounts (0:50)
Published
New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2010], c2009.
Publisher no.
  • 41335s Films Media Group
  • 41337 Films Media Group
Access Restriction
Access requires authentication through Films on Demand.
Description
1 streaming video file (59 min.) : sd., col., digital file.
Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
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