i mean, i was sure it was a yield sign and i guessed 20 miles so.. yeah idk about ur study
got the three right i would b the best witness
1. I guessed it was a lower speed not because the interviewer used the word "bumped" but because the blue car barely moved. If the speed was higher, the blue car would have moved further or suffered more damage. 2. Isn't there a possibility that the people did picture a yield sign, but did not bother to point that out when asked if it was a stop sign? Sometimes someone will make a statement that is mostly correct, and people will agree because their thought process is just similar enough. They are both signs with a similar meaning. Maybe those being interviewed just thought he meant "Yield sign" or they thought the specific type of sign did not matter.
Gus Fring cracks the Mandela Effect wide open
This is how the Mandella effect came to existence.
This is dumb… as its far more about guessing a speed , than some ones memory … soo bad . wow .. are people really this stupid.
I guess 20 mph
4:04 it says "right after the accident" not before lol that bothered me
I hope this show is for kindergarten
Decent replication of the Loftus study setup, but they forgot the single most important take home point that makes the study important! The key finding comes from the fact that when she brought the people back to the lab one week later and asked them if they remembered seeing broken glass, the people who were asked how fast the cars were going when they "smashed" into each other reported seeing broken glass at the scene at double the rates of those who were asked how fast the cars were going when they "hit" each other. Thus, the key point is that we fill in details when reconstructing our memories (e.g., if they smash into each other, then there must have been broken glass) and those details often run counter to what we actually observed (i.e., there actually was no broken glass resulting from the accident).
I don't get y your all hating on this the whole idea is about persuasion and small cues effecting your memory and it has been proven to be true so until you can do better I really wouldn't be hating on it
0:39 the speeding car did not "T-bone" the parked car like was shown you after the accident – They hit side to side.2:10 , 3:35 , 5:00 – the only parts of the entire video worth watching over and over again.
Got all of em right bitches
i guess i just suck at judging speed cuz i thought it was going way faster than it was regardless of how the question was presented
The black haired girl damn hot omg
More importantly you have to listen carefully to the question, what is being asked? Whether he said smashed or bumped is irrelevant. Those are subjective terms. I would have said 10 mph and in fact it is more accurate to the question. He asked how fast the car was going WHEN it came into contact with the other vehicle. The stop sign, I didn't see a stop sign.
The car was close to a standstill as it hit the other car. 🤦🏽 What are you guys talking about. 🤔
They measured the speed well before the impact. The car was decelerating/ BRAKING further till the impact. That’s a SIGNIFICANT difference!
This is definitely not scripted
There can be many truths in LiesThere are no lies in Truth
But to your point …Yes! in human psychology we are hard wired to be heavily influenced by what information we see first..And also by what information "the crowd" seems to be accepting as truth.
This is why witnesses are separated and should be interviewed as early as possible after an event occurs.
Anyone knows the actual title of the Brain Games episode?
I got the first question right but not the second
the girl in purple got me S H O O K
Does anyone know the season and episode of this?
goodluck on your psyc tests!
All my life is a lie
psychology is so fun man i love this class
this is poggers
Are yall saying disagreeing with this video becuase you don't want it to be true to preserve a sense that we are in fact correct and not wrong?
plot twist #3 everyone in this video is an actor and the whole thing is scripted
I got all of the questions right..?
This video was eye-opening to the fact that we really cannot completely trust what we consider to be eyewitness accounts because they are flawed. TIH
I DID remember it was a yield sign actually so ha!
teach me to drift like this at 20 mph without ice please 😛
4:54–5:08 sums it up on why there is so much cognitive dissonance among people of differing political parties, as with CoVid. To mask or not to vaccinate or not. Depending on whether perceive the information coming from a trusted source or not changes their memories, alters their behaviors, thoughts and attitudes. This was just a change in a word, imagine the sea of misinformation and multiple groups people have to navigate through? Mass manipulation at its finest.
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