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An exploratory aspect of the study investigated whether younger subjects are more susceptible than older subjects to intrusions of inaccurate information that has been embedded in questioning at a prior date. · These three groups were chosen because the mean ages of children in these grades are just above and just below the common legal age limits for competency to testify, which are 10 and 14 years of age. In other words, in all states the ninth- and tenth-graders (14- to 16-year-olds) are treated as adult witnesses.

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