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Question format shifts bias away from the emphasised response in tests of recognition memory

Author(s): R. D. Mill, A. R. O'Connor

Abstract:
The question asked to interrogate memory has potential to influence response bias at retrieval, yet has not been systematically investigated. According to framing effects in the field of eyewitness testimony, retrieval cueing effects in cognitive psychology and the acquiescence bias in questionnaire responding, the question should establish a confirmatory bias. Conversely, according to findings from the rewarded decision-making literature involving mixed incentives, the question should establish a disconfirmatory bias. Across three experiments (ns=90 [online], 29 [laboratory] and 29 [laboratory]) we demonstrate a disconfirmatory bias - "old?" decreased old responding. This bias is underpinned by a goal-driven mechanism wherein participants seek to maximise emphasised response accuracy at the expense of frequency. Moreover, we demonstrate that disconfirmatory biases can be generated without explicit reference to the goal state. We conclude that subtle aspects of the test environment influence retrieval to a greater extent than has been previously considered.

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ISBN: 1090-2376 (Electronic) 1053-8100 (Linking)
Publication Year: 2014
Periodical: Conscious Cogn
Periodical Number:
Volume: 30C
Pages: 91-104
Author Address: School of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of St Andrews, UK. School of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of St Andrews, UK. Electronic address: aro2@st-andrews.ac.uk.