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Maryanne Garry
Maryanne Garry
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Imagination inflation: Imagining a childhood event inflates confidence that it occurred
M Garry, CG Manning, EF Loftus, SJ Sherman
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 3, 208-214, 1996
9241996
A picture is worth a thousand lies: Using false photographs to create false childhood memories
KA Wade, M Garry, J Don Read, DS Lindsay
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (3), 597-603, 2002
6102002
True photographs and false memories
DS Lindsay, L Hagen, JD Read, KA Wade, M Garry
Psychological Science 15 (3), 149-154, 2004
3972004
Forgetting sexual trauma: What does it mean when 38% forget?
EF Loftus, M Garry, J Feldman
American Psychological Association 62 (6), 1177, 1994
2851994
Imagination and memory
M Garry, DLL Polaschek
Current Directions in Psychological Science 9 (1), 6-10, 2000
2172000
Registered replication report: Schooler and engstler-schooler (1990)
VK Alogna, MK Attaya, P Aucoin, Š Bahník, S Birch, AR Birt, BH Bornstein, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (5), 556-578, 2014
1912014
Actually, a picture is worth less than 45 words: Narratives produce more false memories than photographs do
M Garry, KA Wade
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12, 359-366, 2005
1872005
Nonprobative photographs (or words) inflate truthiness
EJ Newman, M Garry, DM Bernstein, J Kantner, DS Lindsay
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 19, 969-974, 2012
1832012
The trauma model of dissociation: Inconvenient truths and stubborn fictions. Comment on Dalenberg et al.(2012).
SJ Lynn, SO Lilienfeld, H Merckelbach, T Giesbrecht, RJ McNally, ...
American Psychological Association 140 (3), 896, 2014
1722014
When photographs create false memories
M Garry, MP Gerrie
Current Directions in Psychological Science 14 (6), 321-325, 2005
1512005
You say tomato? Collaborative remembering leads to more false memories for intimate couples than for strangers
L French, M Garry, K Mori
Memory 16 (3), 262-273, 2008
1492008
NESB and ESB students' attitudes and perceptions of plagiarism
S Marshall, M Garry
International Journal for Educational Integrity 2 (1), 2006
1482006
On the (non) persuasive power of a brain image
RB Michael, EJ Newman, M Vuorre, G Cumming, M Garry
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20, 720-725, 2013
1272013
Absolut® memory distortions: Alcohol placebos influence the misinformation effect
SL Assefi, M Garry
Psychological Science 14 (1), 77-80, 2003
1262003
False claims about false memory research
KA Wade, SJ Sharman, M Garry, A Memon, G Mazzoni, H Merckelbach, ...
Consciousness and cognition 16 (1), 18-28, 2007
1242007
Suggestion, cognition, and behavior
RB Michael, M Garry, I Kirsch
Current directions in Psychological science 21 (3), 151-156, 2012
1142012
Modernising the misinformation effect: The development of a new stimulus set
MKT Takarangi, S Parker, M Garry
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2006
1132006
Relative–not absolute–judgments of credibility affect susceptibility to misinformation conveyed during discussion
L French, M Garry, K Mori
Acta Psychologica 136 (1), 119-128, 2011
1112011
How well do students really understand plagiarism
S Marshall, M Garry
Proceedings of the 22nd annual conference of the Australasian Society for …, 2005
1022005
The power of the spoken word: Sociolinguistic cues influence the misinformation effect
L Vornik, S Sharman, M Garry
Memory 11 (1), 101-109, 2003
912003
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