A terrible crime is committed, and an eyewitness is unable to identify whether a suspect arrested by the police is actually the one who committed the crime. The police bring in Madame Xanadu to hypnotize the witness, and then the witness identifies the suspect the police have in custody. Of course, the Madame knew who the suspect was before she hypnotized the witness. At the trial, the defense attorney objects. The core of the objection to the judge would be that ___________.
a. hypnosis makes it much easier to create false memories, or pseudomemories
b. all of these are good objections.
c. the use of hypnosis makes it very easy for factors like the misinformation effect or constructive processing effect to come into play through the influence of the hypnotist's knowledge and suggestions
d. memories obtained under hypnosis are no more accurate than others but the jury will think they are and, thus, bias the case