Glossary E

Eye pointing refers to the way of communicating where the person uses their eyes to look in the direction of a particular item or symbol to indicate choice.

Eye-voice span refers to the lag between eye position and voice when reading aloud, about six (6) or seven (7) words.
Eyeservice is defined as a work done only when the employer is present; refers to the service performed only when the employer is watching.

Eyewitness memory is defined as a narrative memory of a personally witnessed event.

Eyewitness testimony is defined as a testimony given by an individual that has witnessed part or all of an event, such as a crime or an accident). Eyewitness testimony is usually inaccurate, unreliable, and distorted by subsequent information. One of the roles of Forensic psychologists is to help identify the conditions in a specific case that might produce distortions in testimony.
Eysenck is known for flawed research on counseling that showed little results. His research spurred new research that showed effectiveness of counseling.

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