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The Cassandra effect: translating "blood lessons" to the public
Facts often fail to counter the influence of those who are determined to proclaim the worst in situations of police use of force. When examined through a lens informed with an understanding of the limitations of human performance under stress, the actions of the officers involved are typically determined to be reasonable.
public opinion; police; use of force; stress response; emotion
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