Are false memories more difficult to forget than accurate memories? The effect of retention interval on recall and recognition.

Abstract

What is the effect of retention interval on accurate and false recollection in the Deese, Roediger, and McDermott (DRM) procedure? Previous research has suggested that false recall is more persistent than accurate recall but the recognition results have been inconsistent. In two parametric studies, we tested recall and recognition for the same DRM lists… (More)

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@article{Seamon2002AreFM, title={Are false memories more difficult to forget than accurate memories? The effect of retention interval on recall and recognition.}, author={John G. Seamon and Chun Luo and Jonathan J Kopecky and Catherine A Price and Leeatt Rothschld and Nicholas Fung and Michael A. Schwartz}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={2002}, volume={30 7}, pages={1054-64} }