Galvanized by perceptions that Stanford is primarily a training ground for tech entrepreneurs, humanities faculty are working to show the value, relevance and strength of their programs.
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Fuzzy memories aren't the only problem with relying on eyewitness testimony in the courtroom, says psychologist Elizabeth Loftus, MA '67, PhD '70. Her research has shown that what we think we remember can be completely contrived.
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