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to sixty seconds. Research also suggests that both children and adults may experience false memories when imagined or intensively thought about events that never happened at all are experienced as real upon subsequent recollection. The story was a real event that happened sometime in the childs life that was provided by the parent. Suggestibility has been found at present to be the main means of creating false memories, and findings of both studies suggest that if the occurrence of an event is suggested to an individual there is a considerable chance that the individual will develop a false. Memory can be, and often is, faulty in many ways. In the control condition seven of the twenty four previously unrecalled events were eventually remembered, while the participants in the imagery condition eventually recalled fifteen of the twenty three previously unrecalled events.
The experimenter also used a computer to keep up with the students results. All the false events followed the same basic outline: the participant was lost in a department store or mall while aged about five, was crying, was aided by an elderly woman and was finally reunited with their family after an extended period of time. Usually, the experimenter would start by saying, Your mommy told me about the time when you were (X) years old, and you were climbing on the jungle gym on the local playground, and you missed one of the bars, and you fell and broke one. When participants in the imagery condition could not recall the event they were asked to imagine the event under the guise that this would help them remember. (1998) Childrens and adults spontaneous false memories: Long-term persistence and mere-testing effects. One area of our research focuses on the production of false memories through the DRM. We examine their usefulness in the context of witnesses interrogation.