Brian Cutler Defines Misinformation Effect

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      BRIAN CUTLER: The misinformation effectrefers to a very specific effect in psychology.[Brian Cutler, Associate Dean and Professor, Universityof Ontario Institute of Technology]It refers to what we call post event information or postevent misleading information.That is, we perceive an event.We learn additional information about the event, specifically

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      BRIAN CUTLER [continued]: misleading information.And that misleading information influences our memory.So that when we recall information,it incorporates that misleading information into our memory.

Brian Cutler Defines Misinformation Effect

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Professor Brian Cutler defines the misinformation effect as the psychological effect of introducing post-event misleading information, which can influence memory.

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Brian Cutler Defines Misinformation Effect

Professor Brian Cutler defines the misinformation effect as the psychological effect of introducing post-event misleading information, which can influence memory.

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