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Legal Psyc 6

False memories

What does this refer to? "when one out of four narratives is false" The False Narrative Paradigm
Who came up with the False Narrative Paradigm? Loftus
Loftus interviewed adults about 4 childhood events. How many events were true and how many were false? How many interviews did they have and over how many weeks? They used g_________ i_______ instructions. What was the results observed? 3, 1 was false, 3 interviews over 3 weeks, used guided imagery instructions(same as used in therapy), generally they start by saying that false memory is not true but then they are asked to think about it over week & 25% say they remember it.
Write out the recipe for a recovered memory. Figure out a way to memorise. Draw the diagram ....
In the recipe for a recovered memory the first 2,3 or 4? steps are interacting 3
To form a memory about something it helps you know the processes of what happens. What does this refer to? Script knowledge
What is the study on Jewish and Catholic students looking at? Plausibility and Script knowledge
Jewish and Catholic students were given narratives of true and false events form their childhood. What were the results? Jewish students were more likely to form a false memory of taking part in a Jewish ritual than a Catholic ritual. Catholic students showed the opposite trend.
So with the Jewish and Catholic study part of the outcome will be caused by ______________ and part of it will be cause by ________ _______________. These are two slightly different things plausibility, script knowledge
One study measured the relative ease of planting a memory for a more or less? plausible event (being lost in a mall) versus a more or less? plausible event (being given an enema). What was the result of this? more, less, all of the false memories created were for the plausible event.
Subsequent research has suggested that plausibility can be increased experimentally by.....? letting them know beforehand about script knowledge then this reduces the effect
Created by: alicemcc33