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Mnemonic techniques and lie detection: accuracy of truth and deception judgments in repeated accounts

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Mnemonic techniques and lie detection: accuracy of truth and deception judgments in repeated accounts. / Izotovas, Aleksandras; Vrij, Aldert; Strömwall, Leif A.

In: Psichologija, Vol. 62, 01.02.2021, p. 44-55.

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Izotovas, Aleksandras ; Vrij, Aldert ; Strömwall, Leif A. / Mnemonic techniques and lie detection: accuracy of truth and deception judgments in repeated accounts. In: Psichologija. 2021 ; Vol. 62. pp. 44-55.

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