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Summary
People rely on their memory and they take for granted the fact that it will always provide them the right information. This video raises some serious questions regarding this widely believed thought. Brian Brushwood explains the concept of False Memory with the help of a simple experiment in which the participants were shown a list of words and then they were asked to write down as many words as they could possibly remember. Brian then asked the participants about whether they had included some particular words in their list. Surprisingly, the participants had included some words which were absent in the original list. This is due to the widely believed correlation between the subjective feeling of certainty that one has about a memory and the memory’s accuracy. But as proved from the experiment, this is not true. He also provides a couple of real life cases relating to eyewitness testimony to drive home the point that eyewitness testimony aren’t always correct due to false memory.
Keywords: memory, human brain, psychology, Brian Brushwood, False Memory
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