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Force Science News #161: Wounded but alive? You can help with new effort to save cops’ lives

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October 21st, 2010 at 3:02 pm

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Force Science News #160: “Mind traps” that can trick you and those who judge your actions

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Editor’s note: Force Science’s recent “Exhaustion and Memory Study” conducted in Winnipeg has attracted considerable radio, TV and newspaper coverage in Canada. To see a few of the most recent news stories, click here to go to the special featured coverage page on our Web site or type www.forcescience.org/featured.html into your browser and scroll down.

“Mind traps” that can trick you and those who judge your actions

The jury didn’t believe the Boston cop.

During a foot pursuit by multiple officers of multiple suspects in a shooting, he’d run right past a spot where fellow LEOs were mercilessly beating a black man, but he swore he hadn’t seen a thing, didn’t even know the other officers or their victim were there.

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October 8th, 2010 at 3:05 pm

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