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Detecting falsehood relies on mismatch detection between sentence components (2019)
Journal Article
Weil, R., & Mudrik, L. (2020). Detecting falsehood relies on mismatch detection between sentence components. Cognition, 195, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2019.104121

How do people process and evaluate falsehood of sentences? Do people need to compare presented information with the correct answer to determine that a sentence is false, or do they rely on a mismatch between presented sentence components? To illustra... Read More about Detecting falsehood relies on mismatch detection between sentence components.

Correction of evident falsehood requires explicit negation (2019)
Journal Article
Weil, R., Schul, Y., & Mayo, R. (2020). Correction of evident falsehood requires explicit negation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149(2), 290-310. https://doi.org/10.1037/xge0000635

The danger of receiving false information is omnipresent, and people might be highly vigilant against being influenced by falsehoods. Yet, as research on misinformation reveals, people are often biased by false information, even when they know the va... Read More about Correction of evident falsehood requires explicit negation.