True or false memory? Evidence that naïve observers have difficulty identifying false memories of emotional events, especially for audio-only accounts.

Shaw, J. (2015). True or false memory? Evidence that naïve observers have difficulty identifying false memories of emotional events, especially for audio-only accounts. Paper presented at The annual meeting of the Society for Applied Research on Memory and Cognition, Victoria, Canada., June 24-27, 2015. London South Bank University.

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Keywords: false memory, interviewing, interrogation, confession
Date Deposited: 12 Dec 2016 15:08
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