Pragmatic Implicature and Implied Misinformation in Interrogations

Timothy Luke & Fabiana Alceste
After people receive corrections for inaccurate information, implied misinformation generates greater memory errors than explicit misinformation (Rich & Zaragoza, 2015). This effect is thought to occur because it is more difficult for people to detect the influence of implied misinformation. It is possible that pragmatic implications that suggest confessing to a crime will result in a more lenient sentence are more persistent in their influence on expectations of sentencing, compared to explicit promises of leniency....
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