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The experiment involved two separate studies.
In the first test, 45 participants were randomly assigned to watch different videos of a car accident, in which separate videos had shown collisions at 20 miles per hour, 30 miles per hour, and 40 miles per hour. Afterwards, participants filled out a survey.
The survey asked the question, "About how fast were the cars going when they smashed into each other? Rather than "smashed", other verbs used included "bumped", "collided", "hit", or "contacted". Participants estimated collisions of all speeds to average between 35 miles per hour to just below 40 miles per hour.
If actual speed were the main factor in estimate, it could be assumed that participants would have lower estimates for lower speed collisions.
Instead, the word being used to describe the collision seemed to better predict the estimate in speed rather than the speed itself. Those in the first condition were asked the same question as the first study using the verb "smashed". The second group was asked the same question as the first study, replacing "smashed" with "hit".
The final group was not asked about the speed of the crashed cars. The researchers then asked the participants if they had seen any broken glass, knowing that there was no broken glass in the video. The responses to this question had shown that the difference between whether broken glass was recalled or not heavily depended on the verb used.
A larger sum of participants in the "smashed" group declared that there was broken glass. In this study, the first point brought up in discussion is that the words used to phrase a question can heavily influence the response given.
This indication supports false memory as an existing phenomenon. Article adjustment on eyewitness report[ edit ] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Even the smallest adjustment in a question, such as the article preceding the supposed memory, could alter the responses. This presupposition increased the number of people responding that they had indeed seen the stop sign.
Adjective implications on eyewitness report[ edit ] Select adjectives can imply characteristics about an object. Including said adjectives in a prompt can alter participant responses. Respondents were randomly assigned to have either answered to, "How tall was the basketball player? The adjective provided in a sentence can cause a respondent to exaggerate.
Word lists[ edit ] One can trigger false memories by presenting subjects a continuous list of words. When subjects were presented with a second type of the list and asked if the words had appeared on the previous list, they find that the subjects did not recognize the list correctly.
When the words on the two lists were semantically related to each other e. After this they had to recall the inventory of the visited office. Despite criticisms such as this, this particular study is extremely relevant to legal cases regarding false memory.
The Loftus and Palmer automobile study allowed for the Devlin Committee to create the Devlin Reportwhich suggested that eyewitness testimony is not reliable standing on its own.
Reliability of memory recall[ edit ] Presuppositions[ edit ] Presuppositions are an implication through chosen language. If a person is asked, "What shade of blue was the wallet?
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