Legal Graphics

Illustrations encourage information retention and understanding in the courtroom

According to Paivio’s dual-coding theory of memory, information is stored as both a visual image and a series of words. Research shows that pictures are remembered in more detail and for longer periods of time than words alone. This is why illustrations, as well as other graphic aids, have been popping up in a growing number of legal situations. [Read about Dual-Coding Theory]

Injury case
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