Changing the criterion for memory conformity in free recall and recognition

@article{Wright2008ChangingTC,
  title={Changing the criterion for memory conformity in free recall and recognition},
  author={D. Wright and F. Gabbert and A. Memon and K. London},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2008},
  volume={16},
  pages={137 - 148}
}
People's responses during memory studies are affected by what other people say. This memory conformity effect has been shown in both free recall and recognition. Here we examine whether accurate, inaccurate, and suggested answers are affected similarly when the response criterion is varied. In the first study, participants saw four pictures of detailed scenes and then discussed the content of these scenes with another participant who saw the same scenes, but with a couple of details changed… Expand
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