Case Study Of False Memory

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CASE STUDY 1 When we flashback all those things that happened in our life, that things we call as memories. All the sweet-sour moments that we had in our life. Matlin (2005) also said that memory is the mechanism of keeping information over time while Sternberg (1999) state that memory is the use of information at present by withdraw the past experiences. Basically, memory is something that already happened in our life and it became something we will remember. In research wo do have some kind of memory called false memory. False memory can be defined to situations in which subjects recall incidents that did not experience it before (Bookbinder & Brainerd, 2016). For example, from the case study when Paul Ryan, Mitt Rommey, and Hillary Clinton…show more content…
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