Can false memories be created through nonconscious processes?

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Zeelenberg, René; Plomp, G.; Raaijmakers, Jeroen;

textabstractPresentation times of study words presented in the Deese/Roediger and McDermott (DRM) paradigm varied from 20 ms to 2000 ms per word in an attempt to replicate the false memory effect following extremely short presentations reported by J.G. Seamon, C.R. Luo ... View more
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