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* [[Kansas City preventive patrol experiment]] (1972-1973)
 
* [[Kansas City preventive patrol experiment]] (1972-1973)
 
* [[Elizabeth Loftus]]' and [[John C. Palmer]]'s car crash experiment shows that [[leading question]]s can produce [[false memory|false memories]] (1974)
 
* [[Elizabeth Loftus]]' and [[John C. Palmer]]'s car crash experiment shows that [[leading question]]s can produce [[false memory|false memories]] (1974)
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* [[Vilayanur S. Ramachandran]]'s experiment on phantom limbs with the Mirror Box throw light on the nature of 'learned paralysis' (1998)
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* [[Bruce K. Alexander]]'s [Rat Park studies]] looked at the development of [[drug addiction]]
   
 
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