Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in Psychology (MA)
Second Committee Member
Eyewitness Memory, Memory Editing Strategies, Misinformation, Recollection Rejection
Across three experiments, I investigated the role of recollection rejection in rejecting false suggestions using the misinformation paradigm. The use of model-based measurement of recollection rejection was extended to the misinformation paradigm. I manipulated two factors, delay and feedback, that are known to influence the use of recollection rejection. Recollection rejection was used to reject false suggestions in the misinformation paradigm. Manipulating delay time did not affect the acceptance of misinformation or the use of recollection rejection. Warning participants about false information reduced misinformation acceptance but did not lead to increased rates of recollection rejection. Collectively, these findings suggest an important role for recollection rejection in rejecting misleading suggestions about events.
Moore, K. (2014). The Use of Recollection Rejection in the Misinformation Paradigm. Graduate Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/2252