- Created by: Marcus2600
- Created on: 21-10-18 17:13
1. How many participants who were shown hit and weren't shown anything said they saw smashed glass?
- 11 and 15
- 8 and 7
- 7 and 6
- 5 and 4
1 of 6
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2. What were the levels of the IV
- Whether the critical question used the words smashed, hit, or wasn't there
- Whether the critical question used the words smashed, contacted or wasn't there
- Whether the critical question used the words collided, hit, or contacted
- Whether the critical question used the words collided, bumped, or contacted
3. What was the conclusion of the study?
- The way in which questions are worded can distort memories of events
- The way in which questions are worded can cause response bias, giving and inaccurate recount of an event
- The presence of questions before recall can distort memory of an event
- Response bias doesn't effect the recall of information, but memory distortion does
4. How many participants took part?
5. What was the IV?
- The wording of the question about smashed glass
- The presence of a question asking about the speed
- The presence of a question asking if they saw smashed glass
- How many filler questions there were