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Psycholinguistic Credibility Assessment of News Reports About A 142-Year Old Mass Murder


Abstract This presentation demonstrates how credibility assessment may be used on historical news and literary documents to determine the veracity of victims and witnesses even when formal statements were never made, or were lost to history. The presentation analyzes first hand accounts of the "Wickenburg Massacre" of 1871.
Created Date 2014-02
Contributor Griffiths, Gary L. (Author)
Subject Massacres -- Arizona -- Wickenburg. / Wickenburg (Ariz.) -- History. / Psycholinguistics.
Type Text
Extent One PDF file: 14 pp.
Language English
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Citation Arizona Collection, Arizona State University Libraries
Note Presented by Griffiths at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual meeting, February 2014 in Seattle, WA,.
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