Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Warning Witnesses of the Possibility of Misinformation Helps Protect Their Memory Accuracy

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This shows brain scans from the studyWhen people were warned about the inaccuracy of retelling events, they were less susceptible to misinformation. Providing warnings increased reinstatement of visual activity associated with witnessing an event and decreased the reinstatement of auditory activity associated with hearing misleading post-event information.