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Source monitoring.
A framework for understanding source monitoring and relevant empirical evidence is described, and several related phenomena are discussed: old-new recognition, indirect tests, eyewitness testimony,Expand
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Misleading Suggestions Can Impair Eyewitnesses' Ability to Remember Event Details
The hypothesis that misleading suggestions can impair recollection was supported in a study inspired by Jacoby and Kelley's (1988) "logic of opposition" and Lindsay and Johnson's (1989a) hypothesesExpand
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Item-specific control of automatic processes: Stroop process dissociations
The influence of word reading on Stroop color naming decreases as a function of the proportion of test items that are incongruent. This proportion-congruent effect is usually ascribed to strategiesExpand
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The eyewitness suggestibility effect and memory for source
We examined the possibility that eyewitness suggestibility reflects failures of the processes by which people normally discriminate between memories derived from different sources. To test thisExpand
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Remembering Mistaken for Knowing: Ease of Retrieval as a Basis for Confidence in Answers to General Knowledge Questions
Abstract We propose that confidence in potential answers to general knowledge questions is based, in part, on the ease with which those answers come to mind. Consistent with this hypothesis, priorExpand
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Developmental changes in memory source monitoring.
Previous research suggests that children are more likely than adults to confuse memories of actions they imagined themselves performing with memories of actions they actually performed (RealizationExpand
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Stroop process dissociations: the relationship between facilitation and interference.
L.L. Jacoby's (1991) "process dissociation procedure" was used to quantitatively estimate the contributions of color-naming and word-reading processes to responding on the Stroop task. The resultsExpand
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True Photographs and False Memories
Some trauma-memory-oriented psychotherapists advise clients to review old family photo albums to cue suspected “repressed” memories of childhood sexual abuse. Old photos might cue long-forgottenExpand
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Psychotherapy and memories of childhood sexual abuse: A cognitive perspective
Cognitive psychological research on the fallibility of human memory is reviewed, focusing on evidence of memory distortions and illusions, with the aim of sharing research on memory with clinicalExpand
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Children's eyewitness reports after exposure to misinformation from parents.
This study examined how misleading suggestions from parents influenced children's eyewitness reports. Children (3 to 8 years old) participated in science demonstrations, listened to their parentsExpand
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