Sure, you know how to attribute a quotation. But do you know how to attribute a movie of somebody who is blinking at a weird rate and not varying their facial expression? Take this quick quiz to hone your skills at telling the difference between bits of copy lifted from from articles about discerning features of AI-generated videos (from foolproof dot com and LinkedIn), and the signs of having recently witnessed horrific event firsthand (from DSM-IV and DSM-5, the NHS symptom checker, and a weird article in Personality and Individual Differences journal about how to tell if somebody is faking PTSD):
Ps: look at this old web site from the Orange Country Sheriff's Office by their sketch artist:
"I then move on to the suspect’s eyes. I rush the witness just a little bit so they don’t make themselves crazy looking at all the different eyes. I explain the importance of choosing only the closest set of eyes. I let the witness know features can be changed, or fine-tuned, when the line drawing is completed. I make sure the witness understands they should concentrate but not get frustrated by all the choices."