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dc.contributor.authorPasqualotto, Achille
dc.contributor.authorProulx, Michael J.
dc.date.accessioned2016-03-31T12:45:13Z
dc.date.available2016-03-31T12:45:13Z
dc.date.issued2014
dc.identifier.citationPasqualotto, A. & Proulx, M. J. (2014) Mechanisms of short-term false memory formation. The Journal of Neurobehavioral Sciences, 1 (1), 3-8.tr_TR
dc.identifier.issn2148-4325
dc.identifier.urihttp://earsiv.uskudar.edu.tr/xmlui/handle/123456789/530
dc.description.abstractFalse memories are the erroneous recollection of events that did not actually occur. False memories have been broadly investigated within the domain of long-term memory, while studies involving short-term memory are less common and provide a far less detailed ‘picture’ of this phenomenon. We tested participants in a short-term memory task involving lists of four semantically related words that had to be matched with a probe word. Crucially, the probe word could be one of the four words of the list, it could be semantically related to them, or it could be semantically unrelated to the list. Participants had to decide whether the probe was in the list. To this task we added articulatory suppression to impair rehearsal, concurrent material to remember, and changes to the visual appearance of the probes to assess the mechanism involved in short-term memory retrieval. The results showed that, similarly to the studies on longterm memory, false memories emerged more frequently for probes semantically related to the list and when rehearsal was impaired by concurrent material. The visual appearance of the stimuli did not play an important role. This set of results suggests that deep semantic processing, rather than only superficial visual processing, is taking place within a few seconds from the presentation of the probes.tr_TR
dc.language.isoengtr_TR
dc.publisherÜsküdar Üniversitesitr_TR
dc.relation.isversionof10.5455/JNBS.1389129470tr_TR
dc.subjectfalse memoriestr_TR
dc.subjectshort-term memorytr_TR
dc.subjectconsciousnesstr_TR
dc.subjectsemantic processing.tr_TR
dc.titleMECHANISMS OF SHORT-TERM FALSE MEMORY FORMATIONtr_TR
dc.title.alternativeKISA SÜRELİ SAHTE BELLEK FORMASYONLARININ MEKANİZMALARItr_TR
dc.typeArticletr_TR
dc.relation.journalThe Journal of Neurobehavioral Sciencestr_TR
dc.contributor.departmentDepartment of Psychology, University of Bath, UKtr_TR
dc.identifier.volume1tr_TR
dc.identifier.issue1tr_TR
dc.identifier.startpage3tr_TR
dc.identifier.endpage8tr_TR


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