Effects of Divided Attention and Cued Recall Test on True and Illusory Memories in the DRM Paradigm

In this study, we were interested in examining how the reduction of attentional resources during the encoding of word lists and the type of recall test affected true and false memories in the Deese-Roediger-McDermott paradigm (DRM paradigm). Three DRM lists were presented visually under full attention conditions or while participants had to monitor a concurrent auditory task of letters and digits. After the presentation of each list, participants completed a [...]

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