In the article “The Power of the Truth Bias: False Information Affects Mem- ory and Judgment Even in the Absence of Distraction” by Myrto Pantazi, Mikhail Kissine, and Olivier Klein from Social Cognition, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 167–198, Figures 1 and 7 were inadvertently switched. Figures 1 and 7 have been corrected in the online version and appear below. FIGURE 1. Mean judgments per perpetrator for the two groups in Experiment 1. Means and SDs are given numerically. Error bars represent 95% CIs. FIGURE 7. Response percentages for the old statements per statements and classification in Experiment 3. Mean percentages and SDs are given numerically. Error bars represent 95% CIs.
Social Cognition – Guilford Press
Published: Jun 1, 2018
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