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TitleAnalyzing false memories in children with associative lists specific for their age
Author(s)Carneiro, Paula
Albuquerque, Pedro Barbas
Fernandez, Angel
Esteves, Francisco
KeywordsPsicologia cognitiva
Falsas memórias
Crianças
Memória
Issue date2007
PublisherSociety for Research in Child Development
JournalChild development
CitationCarneiro, Paula; Albuquerque, Pedro B.; Fernandez, Angel; Esteves, Francisco. Analysing false memories in children with associative lists specific to their age, Child Development, 78, 4, 1171-1185, 2007.
Abstract(s)Two experiments attempted to resolve previous contradictory findings concerning developmental trends in false memories within the Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) paradigm by using an improved methodology-constructing age-appropriate associative lists. The research also extended the DRM paradigm to preschoolers. Experiment 1 (N = 320) included children in three age groups (preschoolers of 3-4 years, second-graders of 7-8 years, and preadolescents of 11-12 years) and adults, and Experiment 2 (N = 64) examined preschoolers and preadolescents. Age-appropriate lists increased false recall. Although preschoolers had fewer false memories than the other age groups, they showed considerable levels of false recall when tested with age-appropriate materials. Results were discussed in terms of fuzzy-trace, source-monitoring, and activation frameworks.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/37675
DOI10.1111/j.1467-8624.2007.01059.x
ISSN0009-3920
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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