Postevent Information and Memory : Reply to Loftus , Schooler , and Wagenaar

@inproceedings{McCloskey2004PosteventIA,
  title={Postevent Information and Memory : Reply to Loftus , Schooler , and Wagenaar},
  author={Michael McCloskey},
  year={2004}
}
In a recent article (McCloskey & Zaragoza, 1985) we presented arguments and evidence in support of the contention that misleading postevent information does not impair memory for the original event. In their comment on our article, Loftus, Schooler, & Wagenaar (1985) raise several objections to our conclusions. In this reply we consider these objections, suggesting that they present no serious challenges to our position. We also consider the implications of our arguments for forensic… CONTINUE READING

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