Neural activity during encoding predicts false memories created by misinformation.

  title={Neural activity during encoding predicts false memories created by misinformation.},
  author={Yoko Okado and Craig E. L. Stark},
  journal={Learning & memory},
  volume={12 1},
False memories are often demonstrated using the misinformation paradigm, in which a person's recollection of a witnessed event is altered after exposure to misinformation about the event. The neural basis of this phenomenon, however, remains unknown. We used fMRI to investigate encoding processes during the viewing of an event and misinformation to see whether neural activity during either encoding phase could predict what would be remembered. fMRI data were collected as participants studied… CONTINUE READING
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