Providing misleading and reinstatement information a year after it happened: effects on long-term memory.

@article{Peterson2004ProvidingMA,
  title={Providing misleading and reinstatement information a year after it happened: effects on long-term memory.},
  author={Carole Peterson and Tina Parsons and Myra Dean},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2004},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={1-13}
}
The question addressed here is whether misleading suggestions made to children a year after target events had occurred will alter long-term recall. One group (3-13 years old when injured and treated in a hospital Emergency Room) were given both misleading and accurate reinstating information a year later, and recall of target events assessed both 1 week and… CONTINUE READING