A mega-analysis of memory reports from eight peer-reviewed false memory implantation studies

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Scoboria, A.; Wade, Kimberley A.; Lindsay, D. S.; Azad, T.; Strange, D.; Ost, J.; Hyman, I. E.;

Understanding that suggestive practices can promote false beliefs and false memories forchildhood events is important in many settings (e.g., psychotherapeutic, medical, legal). The generalizability of findings from memory implantation studies has been questioned due to... View more
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