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“oft-repeated statements are more likely to be perceived as true, regardless of their actual veracity”

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repeated falsehoods were more likely to be accepted as accurate, “regardless of whether stored knowledge could have been used to direct a contradiction.” To put it more bluntly: “Repetition increased perceived truthfulness, even for contradictions of well-known facts.”

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Written by Rich and Co.

September 17, 2015 at 5:23 pm

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