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The Atlantic: How Many of Your Memories Are Fake

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by lcjjdnh, Nov 24, 2013.

  1. lcjjdnh

    lcjjdnh Well-Known Member

    Thought this was appropriate to share on the journalism board given the obvious implications--discussed in the article--for journalism.

  2. LongTimeListener

    LongTimeListener Well-Known Member

    For instance, I remembered Dick Whitman posting this.
  3. kv18schn

    kv18schn New Member

    There is a really great novel based on "fake memories" by Julian Barnes called "The Sense of an Ending". Chilling read that has nothing to do with this topic but is worth the read.
  4. Mizzougrad96

    Mizzougrad96 Active Member

    I read something similar to this in either Esquire or Details several years ago where they had a video of something happening and they asked four people for their accounts of what happened. The four versions were incredibly different and all inaccurate, but all of them passed lie detectors showing this was how they remembered it and not anybody embellishing or making anything up.
  5. MCbamr

    MCbamr Member

    You THOUGHT you read that.
  6. lesboulez

    lesboulez Member

    i just watched some crime show about 'false memories' two nights ago. of course, i can't remember the name of the show...
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