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Memory states and memory tasks: an integrative framework for eyewitness memory and suggestibility.
- H. Blank
- 1 September 1998
An integrative framework (IMP) is presented which depicts performance in eyewitness suggestibility experiments as the participants' solutions of memory tasks, depending on (a) a specified…
Presentation and content: The use of base rates as a continuous variable.
Do subjects, in probability revision experiments, generally neglect base rates due to the use of a representativeness heuristic, or does the use of base rates depend on what we call the internal…
A cognitive approach to lie detection: A meta‐analysis
Introduction This article provides a meta-analysis of a new, cognitive approach to (non-)verbal lie detection. This cognitive lie detection approach consists of three techniques: (1) imposing…
Remembering: a theoretical interface between memory and social psychology
- H. Blank
There is increasing awareness that memory is embedded in social context and subject to social influence, with little concomitant theoretical integration of memory and social psychological thinking.…
COGNITIVE PROCESS MODELS OF HINDSIGHT BIAS
This article reviews and compares three cognitive process models that relate hindsight bias to changes in an underlying knowledge base as a result of outcome feedback. Two of these models, SARA…
How many hindsight biases are there?
Comparing antecedents and consequences of leader – member exchange in a German working context to findings in the US
This article gives an overview of several studies focusing on antecedents and consequences of leader – member exchange (LMX) in a German working context and compares these results to results from…
Cognitive consistency and the formation of interpersonal attitudes: Cognitive balance affects the encoding of social information
False Memory ≠ False Memory: DRM Errors Are Unrelated to the Misinformation Effect
- J. Ost, H. Blank, Joanna Davies, Georgina Jones, Katie Lambert, Kelly Salmon
- PsychologyPloS one
- 3 April 2013
There were no correlations between a broad range of misinformation and DRM effect measures (mean r = −.01), and DRM ‘false memories�’ and misinformation effect ‘ false memories’ do not appear to be equivalent.