We also expanded on past research by examining people's perceptions of suspects who admitted to engaging in salacious activities at the time of a crime and who had noncredible corroborators
It follows that these texts are not reliable either as providers of independent information or as corroborators
of statements in the two basic sources.
Such lapses in memory force collaborators to choose between serving as compliant corroborators
and functioning as reality checks, between loyalty to their subjects and fidelity to historical truth.
Although many of SPS's formulations and analyses are suggestive, they are marred by the need to prove that the poems are perfect corroborators
of the theory.
On May 4, three months after the press conference, the Post ran a highly detailed story (under three bylines, including Isikoff's) of what Jones and her corroborators
said had taken place three years before.
His unusual modesty, in disguising his scoop with a drizzle of unidentified corroborators
, is arousing comment among those who know him.