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memory

the part of a COMPUTER that stores information. The two main types of computer memory are RAM (Random Access Memory) and ROM (Read Only Memory). HARD DISKS and FLOPPY DISKS provide additional memory capacity for storing computer programs and data.
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However, few studies have analyzed the relationships among SRE, false memory, and aging, and they have shown inconclusive results.
Correction of false memory for associated word lists by collaborating groups.
In order to characterize semantic false memory phenomena in terms of the environmental variables of interest to behavior analysts, we (Guinther and Dougher 2010) recently developed the Derived Relational Intrusions Following Training (DRIFT) paradigm.
In this section, we would consider to results of Derm Paradigm or false memory and its affection.
Appeal Court judges ordered that his appeal bid should be adjourned, so that further evidence can be obtained regarding what advice he was given by his legal team at the time regarding the psychiatrist's suggestion of a false memory.
13 THERE was a lot of unpacking going on, both physically and psychologically, in Mike Cullen's unsettling drama exploring the complexities of child abuse and False Memory Syndrome.
The emotional content of words can affect both true and false memory performance.
This may be because either history is taught badly or a variation of the false memory syndrome, that English Heritage wants to ignore the role played by the Welsh in English history.
And then, as in this new book, she reinforces her argument with material from the long-discredited False Memory Syndrome Foundation.
Both teams created a false memory of a fearful situation in mice.
A false memory however, "meaning a good faith confession that had no basis in experience" was unheard of, and this is what Ivens was claiming.
False confession is probably the second leading cause of miscarriages of justice," explains Richard Ofshe, an expert on false memory.