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Faked Photos Alter Real Memories
Do digitally altered images alter our perception and memory of public events? This study says yes.
"It’s potentially a form of human engineering that could be applied to us against our knowledge and against our wishes, and we ought to be vigilant about it," said UC Irvine psychologist Elizabeth Loftus, who designed the study.
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