Retroactive memory interference: A potential countermeasure technique against psychophysiological knowledge detection methods

@article{Gronau2015RetroactiveMI,
  title={Retroactive memory interference: A potential countermeasure technique against psychophysiological knowledge detection methods},
  author={Nurit Gronau and Lotem Elber and Shai Satran and Assaf Breska and Marianna Barr},
  journal={Biological Psychology},
  year={2015},
  volume={106},
  pages={68-78}
}
The concealed information test is designed to detect concealed knowledge through differential physiological responses elicited by the concealed items. This study was designed to examine the role of retroactive interference (RI) as a potential countermeasure that may weaken memory traces of the concealed items and attenuate the physiological responses elicited by them. A total of 120 participants committed a mock crime and were randomly assigned to either an interference condition, where they… CONTINUE READING
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