Eyewitness Memory Distortion Following Discussion: A Replication of Garry, French, Kinzett, and Mori (2008) in Ten Countries

Hiroshi Ito, Krystian Barzykowski, Magdalena Grzesik, Sami Gülgöz, Ceren Gürdere, Steve Janssen, Jessie Khor, Harriet Rowthorn, Kimberly A. Wade, Karlos Luna, Pedro B. Albuquerque, Devvarta Kumar, Arman Deep Singh, William Weber Cecconello, Sara Cadavid, Nicole Laird, Mario J. Baldassari, D. Stephen Lindsay, Kazuo Mori

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We examined the replicability of the co-witness suggestibility effect originally reported by Garry et al. (2008) by testing participants from 10 countries (Brazil, Canada, Colombia, India, Japan, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Turkey, and the United Kingdom, total N = 486). Pairs of participants sat beside each other, viewing different versions of the same movie while believing that they viewed the same version. Later, participant pairs answered questions collaboratively, which guided them to discuss conflicting details. Finally, participants took a recognition test individually. Each of the 10 samples replicated the Garry et al. finding: participants often reported on the final test a non-witnessed answer that their co-witness had stated during the collaboration phase. Such co-witness suggestibility errors were especially likely when the witness had not disputed the co-witness’s report during the collaboration phase. The results demonstrate the replicability and generalizability of the co-witness suggestibility effect.
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Ito, Hiroshi ; Barzykowski, Krystian ; Grzesik, Magdalena ; Gülgöz, Sami ; Gürdere, Ceren ; Janssen, Steve ; Khor, Jessie ; Rowthorn, Harriet ; Wade, Kimberly A. ; Luna, Karlos ; Albuquerque, Pedro B. ; Kumar, Devvarta ; Singh, Arman Deep ; Cecconello, William Weber ; Cadavid, Sara ; Laird, Nicole ; Baldassari, Mario J. ; Lindsay, D. Stephen ; Mori, Kazuo. / Eyewitness Memory Distortion Following Discussion: A Replication of Garry, French, Kinzett, and Mori (2008) in Ten Countries. En: Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 2018 ; pp. 1-10.
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Ito, H, Barzykowski, K, Grzesik, M, Gülgöz, S, Gürdere, C, Janssen, S, Khor, J, Rowthorn, H, Wade, KA, Luna, K, Albuquerque, PB, Kumar, D, Singh, AD, Cecconello, WW, Cadavid, S, Laird, N, Baldassari, MJ, Lindsay, DS & Mori, K 2018, 'Eyewitness Memory Distortion Following Discussion: A Replication of Garry, French, Kinzett, and Mori (2008) in Ten Countries', Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, pp. 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jarmac.2018.09.004

Eyewitness Memory Distortion Following Discussion: A Replication of Garry, French, Kinzett, and Mori (2008) in Ten Countries. / Ito, Hiroshi; Barzykowski, Krystian; Grzesik, Magdalena ; Gülgöz, Sami; Gürdere, Ceren; Janssen, Steve; Khor, Jessie; Rowthorn, Harriet; Wade, Kimberly A.; Luna, Karlos; Albuquerque, Pedro B.; Kumar, Devvarta; Singh, Arman Deep ; Cecconello, William Weber; Cadavid, Sara; Laird, Nicole ; Baldassari, Mario J.; Lindsay, D. Stephen; Mori, Kazuo.

En: Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 11.09.2018, p. 1-10.

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