The effect of negative valence on false memory formation in the DRM paradigm: A Meta-Analysis (Amendment to previous preregistration: https://osf.io/62wgu)

Sera Wiechert, Emmelie Simoens, Gershon Ben-Shakhar, Yoni Pertzov & Bruno Verschuere
Same as: Wiechert, Simoens, Ben-Shakhar, Pertzov, Verschuere (November 3, 2021). The effect of negative valence on false memory formation in the DRM paradigm: A Meta-Analysis. Retrieved from https://osf.io/62wgu The Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) task is a prominent paradigm that examines whether and how false memories can arise. In this task, participants learn lists of words semantically associated with a non-presented critical lure. Subsequently, individuals’ memory is tested in the form of a recall or recognition test. Research...
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