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  • I saw it for longer than you: The relationship between perceived encoding duration and memory conformity 

    Gabbert, Fiona; Memon, Amina; Wright, Daniel B. (Elsevier, 2007-03)
    The memory conformity effect is when people’s memories become similar to one another’s following a discussion. The present study examined whether an individual’s beliefs in the quality of their memory, relative to another ...
  • Memory conformity: disentangling the steps toward influence during a discussion 

    Gabbert, Fiona; Memon, Amina; Wright, Daniel B. (Psychonomic Society, 2006-06)
    When two people see the same event and discuss it, one person's memory report can influence what the other person subsequently claims to remember. We refer to this as memory conformity. In the present article, two factors ...
  • Say it to my face: Examining the effects of socially encountered misinformation 

    Gabbert, Fiona; Memon, Amina; Allan, Kevin; Wright, Daniel B. (British Psychological Society, 2004-09)
    Objectives. Errors in eyewitness accounts can occur when a witness comes into contact with post-event 'misinformation'. A common way to encounter misinformation is through face-to-face interaction, in particular, via ...
  • When eyewitnesses talk 

    Wright, Daniel B.; Memon, Amina; Skagerberg, Elin M.; Gabbert, Fiona (SAGE Publications, 2009-06)
    When two people witness an event, they often discuss it. Because memory is not perfect, sometimes this discussion includes errors. One person's errors can become part of another person's account, and this proliferation of ...