4. “The suggestion that memory conformity is a result of biased guessing is similar to the informational influence explanation because in both instances … However , the distinguishing feature between the two explanations is that …” … “Whilst biased guessing may account for the misinformation effect that occurs in some instances (refs.), research suggests that it is not the only reason for the occurrence of the misinformation effect. ( Supporting evidence ) … This suggests that the misinformation effect may be due at least partially to memory impairment, rather than just biased guessing.”
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