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Presentation Title: Effects of the Cognitive Interview on Children’s Dietary Recalls Across Time

Section: Poster Session Group 2 2

Location: McCardell Bicentennial Hall, Great Hall

Date & Time: Friday, April 19, 2013 - 2:45pm - 3:30pm

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The current study investigated whether the accuracy of dietary recall in interviews relates to when in the interview facts are recalled. Fifty-seven children (Mage=7) ate snacks and then were interviewed two days later about what foods they had eaten using either the Enhanced Cognitive Interview or the Multiple Pass Protocol.  The recall portion of each interview was divided into three sections: beginning, middle, and end.  Temporal aspects of recall influenced the likelihood that a given fact was accurate, inaccurate, or intrusive. Implications for public health and forensic interviews are discussed. 

Type of Presentation: Individual poster

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Presenter Information
Presenter(s): Morgan, Kelsi Marie
Major(s): Literary Studies
Class Year(s): 2014

Sponsor(s): McCauley, Michelle
Dept(s): Psychology

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