The effects of anxious mood induction on suggestibility to misleading post-event information

@article{Ridley2004TheEO,
  title={The effects of anxious mood induction on suggestibility to misleading post-event information},
  author={A. Ridley and B. Clifford},
  journal={Applied Cognitive Psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={233-244}
}
  • A. Ridley, B. Clifford
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology
  • Applied Cognitive Psychology
  • Little research has been carried out into the effects of anxious mood at the time of either the encoding of misleading post-event information or the time of its possible retrieval, on subsequent suggestibility. Participants comprised 160 first-year undergraduates. Using a standard suggestibility paradigm, half of all participants were exposed to misleading information while half were non-misinformed controls. In addition there were four state anxiety conditions, dependent on the timing of the… CONTINUE READING
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