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ngely familiar even if they were not there. The phenomenon is known as the 'illusory truth effect' when hearing false information repeatedly makes it appear correct, and in a courtroom can be disastrous. Professor Sean Lane, of Louisiana State University, said: 'They are telling the truth, they are denying, but later this thing seems familiar. They are confusing the familiarity of the repetition with the truth, not realising those repeated denials are what makes it seem familiar 48 hours later. 'The same is not true for false denials. Denying something that actually happened is often brief, and its cognitive demand is therefore much smaller.
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