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suggestible

easily influenced by ideas provided by other persons
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at 39-71 (providing a historical overview of psychological research on child witnesses arguing that modern studies do not disprove the fact that children are more suggestible than adults).
Such youth are also highly suggestible and, like the developmentally disabled, are easily pressured and persuaded to make false incriminating statements, especially when questioned by police.
For example, most lay people would not know how to identify a leading question; the effect of leading questions on a suggestible child; (70) the effect of interviewer bias; (71) the pressure on a child to please the interviewer; (72) the effect of "stereotype-induction" (when an adult tells a child how others characterize the suspect); (73) the necessity of beginning an interview by asking open-ended questions; (74) and the necessity of an appropriate rapport building introduction.
I believe our senses are more suggestible, particularly within a reasonable range.
To avoid loosening, it is always suggestible to have a combination of material-pair with minimal wear.
The group described in this model as moderate claimant advocates includes those who agree that people are suggestible, although not as suggestible as many skeptics claim.
Whatever the situation is, the head coach should always begin by modeling the appropriate behavior, especially when dealing with painfully immature and highly suggestible individuals.
Indeed, in his 1993 book The Transformation of American Politics: The New Washington and the Rise of Think Tanks, David Ricci deemed such a project nearly impossible: "When institutes like Brookings and AEI promote ideas, they can never be sure what effect those intangible entities will have on other Washingtonians, no matter how suggestible.
And so not only are they in a position to have their doors closed, it is suggestible that their own clients could sue them for malpractice for that kind of inadequate handling of the very important assets that are their documents.
The figure of the child in social and media theory inherited this position of the Other, regarded as immoral and suggestible.
After terrorist attacks, productivity is often affected -- there is absenteeism, people develop phobic avoidance of high buildings, people become more suggestible, they start grouping together.
Between 1989 and 1992, Dudley administered dextromethorphan (a synthetic derivative of morphine) to Drummond and injected him with sodium amytal, a powerful and widely discredited sedative that renders patients suggestible.