Article Chosen: Increasing cognitive load to facilitate lie detection: The benef

Article Chosen: Increasing cognitive load to facilitate lie detection: The benefit of recalling an event in reverse order (Vrij, et al., 2008)
The purpose of this assignment is for you to summarize the content of the article you read in your own words. Therefore, you should at no point directly quote from the article.
Part One (3-4 pages) Article Summary:
Your article summary should review the entire article (i.e., introduction, methods, results, and discussion). Think of your summary as describing the story of the article. You do not need, nor do you have the space, to summarize each and every detail of the article. Instead, you should
focus on the most important details. After reading your article summary, someone who has never read the original article should be able to understand the purpose, results, and implications of the article by reading your summary alone.
Part Two (1-2 pages) Article Critique
After summarizing the article, you will write a short critique analyzing the article’s strengths and weaknesses. This critique can be based on information you learned in this course, information you have learned in other courses, your personal professional experience, or from other sources. Keep in mind that if you reference any outside source, you will need to cite this source in APA style in text and in a reference page. Your critique should focus on not only describing the article’s strengths and weaknesses but also weighing them. For instance, you might identify three strengths in the article and one weakness, but that one weakness might be so substantial that it seriously impacts your interpretation of the article. Some features of the article you might critique include but are not limited to: the study’s design, the authors’ choice of study measures, the sample size or composition, the extent to which the study matches the conditions in the real world, the likeliness of the study’s findings having a practical impact, the extent to which the findings generalize to other groups or other situations, etc.