Warning Placement Affects Eyewitness Accuracy and Confidence in the Presence of Misinformation.

Wulff, Alia.


  • The misinformation effect is characterized by a decrease in accuracy for a witnessed event that is brought upon by the introduction of post-event information. We studied this effect within a repeated testing paradigm, which has been shown to increase the misinformation effect (e.g., Chan, Thomas, & Bulevich, 2009). We hypothesized that warning participants about misleading post-event information ... read more
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