When Trick Questions Become False Memories
Just asking if someone experienced a fictitious event can create false memory of it.
It seems that merely being asked about something can, in some cases, lead to memories of having experienced that thing.
Psychologists Miriam Lommen and colleagues studied 249 Dutch soldiers were deployed for a four month tour of duty in Afghanistan. As part of a study in…
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