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Continued Influence Effect

We tend to remember false information, even if disproved by certain and unequivocal evidence

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Authors
Title
Year
Source title
Volume
Cited by
DOI
Johnson, H.M., Seifert, C.M.
Sources of the Continued Influence Effect: When Misinformation in Memory Affects Later Inferences
1994
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memo
20
211
10.1037/0278-7393.20.6.1420
Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Tang, D.T.W.
Explicit warnings reduce but do not eliminate the continued influence of misinformation
2010
Memory and Cognition
38
135
10.3758/MC.38.8.1087
Thorson, E.
Belief Echoes: The Persistent Effects of Corrected Misinformation
2016
Political Communication
33
126
10.1080/10584609.2015.1102187
Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Swire, B., Chang, D.
Correcting false information in memory: Manipulating the strength of misinformation encoding and its
2011
Psychonomic Bulletin and Review
18
104
10.3758/s13423-011-0065-1
Swire, B., Berinsky, A.J., Lewandowsky, S., Ecker, U.K.H.
Processing political misinformation: Comprehending the trump phenomenon
2017
Royal Society Open Science
4
73
10.1098/rsos.160802
Ecker, U.K.H., Hogan, J.L., Lewandowsky, S.
Reminders and Repetition of Misinformation: Helping or Hindering Its Retraction?
2017
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognitio
6
57
10.1016/j.jarmac.2017.01.014
Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Fenton, O., Martin, K.
Do people keep believing because they want to? Preexisting attitudes and the continued influence of
2014
Memory and Cognition
42
56
10.3758/s13421-013-0358-x
Swire, B., Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S.
The role of familiarity in correcting inaccurate information
2017
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memor
43
53
10.1037/xlm0000422
Rich, P.R., Zaragoza, M.S.
The continued influence of implied and explicitly stated misinformation in news reports
2016
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memor
42
34
10.1037/xlm0000155
Nyhan, B., Reifler, J.
Displacing Misinformation about Events: An Experimental Test of Causal Corrections
2015
Journal of Experimental Political Science
2
30
10.1017/XPS.2014.22
Ecker, U.K.H., Ang, L.C.
Political Attitudes and the Processing of Misinformation Corrections
2019
Political Psychology
40
22
10.1111/pops.12494
Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Cheung, C.S.C., Maybery, M.T.
He did it! She did it! No, she did not! Multiple causal explanations and the continued influence of
2015
Journal of Memory and Language
85
18
10.1016/j.jml.2015.09.002
Gordon, A., Brooks, J.C.W., Quadflieg, S., Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S.
Exploring the neural substrates of misinformation processing
2017
Neuropsychologia
106
12
10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2017.10.003
Sangalang, A., Ophir, Y., Cappella, J.N.
The potential for narrative correctives to combat misinformation
2019
Journal of Communication
69
10
10.1093/joc/jqz014
Brydges, C.R., Gignac, G.E., Ecker, U.K.H.
Working memory capacity, short-term memory capacity, and the continued influence effect: A latent-va
2018
Intelligence
69
10
10.1016/j.intell.2018.03.009
O’Rear, A.E., Radvansky, G.A.
Failure to accept retractions: A contribution to the continued influence effect
2020
Memory and Cognition
48
8
10.3758/s13421-019-00967-9
Connor Desai, S., Reimers, S.
Comparing the use of open and closed questions for Web-based measures of the continued-influence eff
2019
Behavior Research Methods
51
8
10.3758/s13428-018-1066-z
Swire-Thompson, B., Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Berinsky, A.J.
They Might Be a Liar But They’re My Liar: Source Evaluation and the Prevalence of Misinformation
2020
Political Psychology
41
7
10.1111/pops.12586
Gordon, A., Quadflieg, S., Brooks, J.C.W., Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S.
Keeping track of ‘alternative facts’: The neural correlates of processing misinformation corrections
2019
NeuroImage
193
7
10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.03.014
Chan, M.-P.S., Jones, C., AlbarracĂ­n, D.
Countering false beliefs: An analysis of the evidence and recommendations of best practices for the
2017
The Oxford Handbook of the Science of Science Comm
5
10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190497620.013.37

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Autori

Johnson, H.M., Seifert, C.M.

Titolo

Sources of the Continued Influence Effect: When Misinformation in Memory Affects Later Inferences

Anno

1994

Source Title

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memo

Volume

20

Cited by

211

DOI

10.1037/0278-7393.20.6.1420


Autori

Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Tang, D.T.W.

Titolo

Explicit warnings reduce but do not eliminate the continued influence of misinformation

Anno

2010

Source Title

Memory and Cognition

Volume

38

Cited by

135

DOI

10.3758/MC.38.8.1087


Autori

Thorson, E.

Titolo

Belief Echoes: The Persistent Effects of Corrected Misinformation

Anno

2016

Source Title

Political Communication

Volume

33

Cited by

126

DOI

10.1080/10584609.2015.1102187


Autori

Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Swire, B., Chang, D.

Titolo

Correcting false information in memory: Manipulating the strength of misinformation encoding and its

Anno

2011

Source Title

Psychonomic Bulletin and Review

Volume

18

Cited by

104

DOI

10.3758/s13423-011-0065-1


Autori

Swire, B., Berinsky, A.J., Lewandowsky, S., Ecker, U.K.H.

Titolo

Processing political misinformation: Comprehending the trump phenomenon

Anno

2017

Source Title

Royal Society Open Science

Volume

4

Cited by

73

DOI

10.1098/rsos.160802


Autori

Ecker, U.K.H., Hogan, J.L., Lewandowsky, S.

Titolo

Reminders and Repetition of Misinformation: Helping or Hindering Its Retraction?

Anno

2017

Source Title

Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognitio

Volume

6

Cited by

57

DOI

10.1016/j.jarmac.2017.01.014


Autori

Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Fenton, O., Martin, K.

Titolo

Do people keep believing because they want to? Preexisting attitudes and the continued influence of

Anno

2014

Source Title

Memory and Cognition

Volume

42

Cited by

56

DOI

10.3758/s13421-013-0358-x


Autori

Swire, B., Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S.

Titolo

The role of familiarity in correcting inaccurate information

Anno

2017

Source Title

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memor

Volume

43

Cited by

53

DOI

10.1037/xlm0000422


Autori

Rich, P.R., Zaragoza, M.S.

Titolo

The continued influence of implied and explicitly stated misinformation in news reports

Anno

2016

Source Title

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memor

Volume

42

Cited by

34

DOI

10.1037/xlm0000155


Autori

Nyhan, B., Reifler, J.

Titolo

Displacing Misinformation about Events: An Experimental Test of Causal Corrections

Anno

2015

Source Title

Journal of Experimental Political Science

Volume

2

Cited by

30

DOI

10.1017/XPS.2014.22


Autori

Ecker, U.K.H., Ang, L.C.

Titolo

Political Attitudes and the Processing of Misinformation Corrections

Anno

2019

Source Title

Political Psychology

Volume

40

Cited by

22

DOI

10.1111/pops.12494


Autori

Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Cheung, C.S.C., Maybery, M.T.

Titolo

He did it! She did it! No, she did not! Multiple causal explanations and the continued influence of

Anno

2015

Source Title

Journal of Memory and Language

Volume

85

Cited by

18

DOI

10.1016/j.jml.2015.09.002


Autori

Gordon, A., Brooks, J.C.W., Quadflieg, S., Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S.

Titolo

Exploring the neural substrates of misinformation processing

Anno

2017

Source Title

Neuropsychologia

Volume

106

Cited by

12

DOI

10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2017.10.003


Autori

Sangalang, A., Ophir, Y., Cappella, J.N.

Titolo

The potential for narrative correctives to combat misinformation

Anno

2019

Source Title

Journal of Communication

Volume

69

Cited by

10

DOI

10.1093/joc/jqz014


Autori

Brydges, C.R., Gignac, G.E., Ecker, U.K.H.

Titolo

Working memory capacity, short-term memory capacity, and the continued influence effect: A latent-va

Anno

2018

Source Title

Intelligence

Volume

69

Cited by

10

DOI

10.1016/j.intell.2018.03.009


Autori

O’Rear, A.E., Radvansky, G.A.

Titolo

Failure to accept retractions: A contribution to the continued influence effect

Anno

2020

Source Title

Memory and Cognition

Volume

48

Cited by

8

DOI

10.3758/s13421-019-00967-9


Autori

Connor Desai, S., Reimers, S.

Titolo

Comparing the use of open and closed questions for Web-based measures of the continued-influence eff

Anno

2019

Source Title

Behavior Research Methods

Volume

51

Cited by

8

DOI

10.3758/s13428-018-1066-z


Autori

Swire-Thompson, B., Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S., Berinsky, A.J.

Titolo

They Might Be a Liar But They’re My Liar: Source Evaluation and the Prevalence of Misinformation

Anno

2020

Source Title

Political Psychology

Volume

41

Cited by

7

DOI

10.1111/pops.12586


Autori

Gordon, A., Quadflieg, S., Brooks, J.C.W., Ecker, U.K.H., Lewandowsky, S.

Titolo

Keeping track of ‘alternative facts’: The neural correlates of processing misinformation corrections

Anno

2019

Source Title

NeuroImage

Volume

193

Cited by

7

DOI

10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.03.014


Autori

Chan, M.-P.S., Jones, C., AlbarracĂ­n, D.

Titolo

Countering false beliefs: An analysis of the evidence and recommendations of best practices for the

Anno

2017

Source Title

The Oxford Handbook of the Science of Science Comm

Volume

Cited by

5

DOI

10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190497620.013.37