CSI (Crime Scene Induction): Creating False Memories of Committing Crime.

  title={CSI (Crime Scene Induction): Creating False Memories of Committing Crime.},
  author={Stephen B Porter and Alysha T Baker},
  journal={Trends in cognitive sciences},
  volume={19 12},
We describe two merging lines of empirical inquiry: entire false memories for autobiographical events and false confessions. A recent study showed that people can be led to remember, and confess to, perpetrating serious crimes that never occurred when confronted with suggestive interview tactics commonly used in police interrogations. 
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