Psy1: Memory (EWT- misleading info/anxiety)

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What are the two studies involved in Misleading and EWT?
Loftus and Palmer (1978)/ Loftus (1975)
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What are the two studies involved in Age and EWT?
Mueller-Johnson and Ceci (2004)/ Kent and Yuille (1987)
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What are aim/findings/conclusion of Loftus and Palmer ?
Aim: To find if misleading information has an effect on EWT/ Finidng: The harsher the word word used to describe the collision the higher the participant put the speed of the car at/conclusion:misleading info impacts EWT
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What are the aim/ finding / conclusion of Loftus's study?
Aim: to find the influence of misleading information on EWT/Finding: When asked if a barn was in the scene, the group with no misleading info only 5% recalled it, while 17% of the group with misleading info/ conclusion : misleading info affects EWT
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What are the aims/ findings/ conclusion of Mueller-Johnson and Ceci's study?
Aim:Find the affect of age with misleading information/ Finding: young adults were the group who were least affect by misleading info/ Conclusion: young and old people give the most unreliable EWT
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What are the aims/findings/ conclusion of Kent and Yuille's study?
Aim:FInd if child or adults are most affected bymisledinding info/ Finding: The younger the child the more likely they would select someone to identify even if they didn't recognise them/ conclusion: age affects the amount misleading info affects EWT
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