Memory for an event that never actually occurred, implanted by experimental manipulation or other means.
Any member of a lineup (whether live or photograph) other than the suspect.
A memory error caused by exposure to incorrect information between the original event (e. g., a crime) and later memory test (e.g., an interview, lineup, or day in court).
A research subject who plays the part of a witness in a study.
A selection of normally small photographs of faces given to a witness for the purpose of identifying a perpetrator.
Schema (plural: schemata)
A memory template, created through repeated exposure to a particular class of objects or events.