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dc.contributor.authorMojardín-Heráldez, Ambrociospa
dc.rightsDerechos Reservados - Universidad Católica de Colombia, 2008spa
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dc.description.abstractLa memoria es un sistema cognitivo que nos permite registrar, almacenar, elaborar y recuperar información de lo que vivimos, en unas ocasiones con altos niveles de precisión y en otras con peligrosas imprecisiones. Estas últimas se han llamado Falsa Memorias y han captado el interés de los investigadores durante, al menos, las dos últimas décadas. La forma en que se expresan las falsas memorias es tan parecida a la de las memorias verdaderas, que con frecuencia se convierten en respaldo para múltiples decisiones (e.g. legales, de salud, educativas). La investigación psicológica de las últimas dos décadas ha permitido caracterizar a las falsas memorias y ofrecer explicación para ellas. En éste artículo se ofrecen las ideas más significativas que hay sobre ellas, con el propósito de que la comunidad científica y el lector general las conozcan, puedan prevenir sus efectos y, en la medida de sus posibilidades, se unan al esfuerzo científico por conocerlas mejor.spa
dc.description.abstractA memória é um sistema cognitivo que permite registrar, armazenar, elaborar e recuperar informação do que vivemos, umas vezes com altos níveis de precisão e outras com imprecisões perigosas. Estas últimas têm sido denominadas falsas memórias e têm capturado o interesse dos pesquisadores nas duas últimas décadas. As falsas memórias se expressam casi iguais às verdadeiras, que com freqüência servem como respaldo de diversas decisões (por exemplo, legais, de saúde, educativas). Nas décadas recentes, a pesquisa psicológica tem permitido caraterizá-las e explicá-las. Neste artigo se oferecem as idéias mais importantes acerca deles para que a comunidade científica e o leitor as conheçam, podam prevenir os seus efeitos e, na medida das suas possibilidades, se unam ao esforço científico para conhecê-las melhor.spa
dc.description.abstractMemory is a cognitive system that allows registering, storing, elaborating and retrieving information about what we experience; some times with high levels of precision, and some times with dangerous imprecision. This latest condition is called False Memories and has captured the interest of researchers for at least the last two decades (e.g., legal, health, and educational fields). Psychological research in the last two decades has characterized false memories and offered explanations for them. This paper summarizes most of these meaningful explanations, with the aim of getting researches and lay people to know about them, to prevent their pervasive effects and, as far as possible, to get involved in any type of scientific work that may lead to understanding them better.spa
dc.publisherUniversidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicologíaspa
dc.date.accessioned2013-04-30T18:48:46Zspa
dc.date.available2013-04-30T18:48:46Zspa
dc.date.issued2008-06spa
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dc.identifier.citationMojardín-Heráldez, A. (2008). Origen y manifestaciones de las falsas memorias. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 11(1), 37-43. Recuperado de https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/ojsucatolica/revistas_ucatolica/index.php/acta-colombiana-psicologia/article/view/313spa
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dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10983/583spa
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dc.relation.ispartofActa Colombiana de Psicología, Vol. 11, no. 1 (ene.-jun. 2008); p. 37-43spa
dc.subjectFALSAS MEMORIASspa
dc.subjectTESTIMONIO PRESENCIALspa
dc.subjectTEORÍAS DE LA MEMORIAspa
dc.subjectFALSE MEMORIESspa
dc.subjectEYEWITNESS TESTIMONYspa
dc.subjectTHEORIES OF MEMORYspa
dc.subjectFALSAS MEMÓRIASspa
dc.subjectTESTEMUNHO PRESENCIALspa
dc.subjectTEORIAS DA MEMÓRIAspa
dc.typeArtículo de revistaspa
dc.titleOrigen y manifestaciones de las falsas memoriasspa
dc.subject.lembMEMORIA-INVESTIGACIONESspa
dc.subject.lembTRASTORNOS DE LA MEMORIAspa
dc.subject.lembNEOROPSICOLOGIAspa
dc.subject.lembFALSAS MEMORIAS-HISTORIAspa
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