Reality Monitoring

@inproceedings{Johnson2005RealityM,
  title={Reality Monitoring},
  author={Marcia K. Johnson and L. Raye},
  year={2005}
}
People remember information from two basic sources: that derived from external sources (obtained through perceptual processes) and that generated by internal processes such as reasoning, imagination, and thought. Of particular interest to us are the processes people use in deciding whether information initially had an external or an internal source, which we call "reality monitoring." We propose a working model of reality monitoring to account for both discrimination and confusion between… CONTINUE READING
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