volume 90, issue 3_part_2, P1064-1068 2002
DOI: 10.1177/003329410209000302.2
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Nikki Yonts, Charles I. Abramson, Jessica Mckenna, Stacy Deboer, Ann Mcmillin, Justin Rice, Richard Potts, Bill Scott

Abstract: To describe an inquiry-based learning activity and discuss the advantages of using such activities to demonstrate research design to undergraduate psychology students the authors presented students with the research problem of eyewitness memory recall and asked students to solve the problem, using the information provided by the course. Working in small groups, students reviewed eyewitness studies and designed their own research materials, including a videotaped theft and a CD-ROM version of the eyewitness su…

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