damyen

"How do misinformation, imagination, and source amnesia influence our memory construction? How realseeming are false memories?"

"Hey guys! One more question stuck, anyone tell me about misinformation, imagination, and source amnesia influence our memory construction? How realseeming are false memories."
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rogerpapa
"If children or adults are subtly exposed to misinformation after an event, or if they repeatedly imagine and rehearse an event that never occurred, they may incorporate misleading details into their memory of what actually happened. When we reassemble a memory during retrieval, we may successfully retrieve something we have heard, read or imagined, but attribute it to the wrong source (source amnesia). False memories feel like true memories and are equally durable. Constructed memories are usually limited to the gist of the event."
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ashalata
"When people are informed of misleading information after an event, they often include it in the event, this is called a misinformation effect. "
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