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Dr. Itiel Dror on forensic decision making, bias, and fingerprint identification

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Published on Jul 22, 2009

Biometric and forensic identification bring together a number of domains in human information processing within cognitive psychology. These domains include pattern recognition, mental representations, decision making, expertise, statistics, and knowledge acquisition. Other areas that are vital for biometric and forensic applications are the use and integration of technology and selection & training of examiners (including issues of confirmation & other cognitive biases, and optimizing decision making).

For publications and presentations on these issues, please see:
www.CCI-hq.com/index.php?siteID=3
or write to Dr Itiel Dror:
Itiel@CCI-hq.com

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