Corpus ID: 160022445

THE EFFECTS OF CREDIBILITY ON THE SOCIAL CONTAGION OF MEMORY

@inproceedings{Boyle2005THEEO,
  title={THE EFFECTS OF CREDIBILITY ON THE SOCIAL CONTAGION OF MEMORY},
  author={B. Boyle and N. Dayal and Andrew Fung and Kaitlyn Golden and Christopher Larsen and L. Nachbar and L. Rubenstein and Sara P. Schechter and Alexandra Shechtel and Paul A. Szerlip and Millicent Younger and P. Dolan and Jennifer Sissman},
  year={2005}
}
We investigated how memory is influenced by the presence of other people. While group recall has the potential to increase memory, it has also been shown to have negative effects on memory (“social contagion of memory”). Subjects in this experiment studied six photographs of household scenes and were asked to recall items from each scene in collaboration with a confederate. On six occasions, the confederate purposely recalled items not from a scene. On a follow-up individual memory test… Expand

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