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Research shows that eyewitnesses allowed both to return to the scene of a crime and to recall all they can without prompts or questions from lawyers or police officers have more accurate memories of what happened. Explain this in light of research in Chapter 7.  How does the ZAPS Lab 5 (false memory) experience and data apply to these types of errors in memory?