Ross and Carrie Meet Dr. Elizabeth Loftus: Bad Memory Edition
Oh No, Ross and Carrie
Ross and Carrie meet the great psychologist and memory expert, Elizabeth Loftus. Loftus, never one to shy away from the most difficult topics, tells us how bad our memories are at doing what they’re supposed to do; why we can’t simply “believe” one person’s version of events; and why we should approach concepts like repression with skepticism.For pics and videos, follow us on Facebook!
Join me for a discussion with Elizabeth Loftus, a Distinguished Professor of Psychological Science, Criminology, Law and Society, Cognitive Science, and Law at UC Irvine, as we discuss her work on memory. Elizabeth’s websitevideo discussion
Ep 6: Reliability of Memory, with Elizabeth Loftus
Psychology Is Podcast with Nick Fortino
Dr. Elizabeth Loftus, one of the world's leading experts on memory, joins Dr. Nick Fortino in conversation about the nature of memory, false eyewitness testimonies, the misinformation effect, memory implantation, and more! Enjoy the conversation!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psychology-is/support
Rationally Speaking #150 - Elizabeth Loftus on "The malleability of human memory"
Sped up Rationally Speaking
Do you remember when you were a kid, and you had that great day at Disneyland where you got to meet Bugs Bunny? No? Think harder. It was a sunny day... In this episode of Rationally Speaking, Julia interviews psychologist Elizabeth Loftus, whose pioneering work on human memory revealed that our memories can be contaminated by the questions people ask us, or by misinformation we encounter after the fact -- even to the point of making us remember entire events that never could have happened. (Like meeting Bugs Bunny, a Warner Bros character, at Disneyland.) Sped up the speakers by ['1.0', '1.02']
In this podcast episode, I sat down for an in depth conversation with Elizabeth Loftus. Elizabeth is a distinguished Professor of Psychological Science, Law, Criminology, Cognitive Science and Law and Society at the University of California, Irvine. She is known for her groundbreaking work on false memories and their application to eyewitness testimonies. She has consulted or testified as an Expert Witness in over 300 cases, including very high profile cases such as Ted Bundy, O.J. Simpson, Michael Jackson, the Mendez Brothers and many more.The discussion mostly focuses on the misinformation effect, false memories and their applicability.Elizabeth Loftus's Ted Talk - https://youtu.be/PB2OegI6wvIElizabeth Loftus's University Website - https://faculty.sites.uci.edu/eloftus/Harrison Pope (1995) - "Can memories of childhood sexual abuse be repressed?"Brought to you by Oxford University Psychology SocietyFacebook: @Oxford University Psychology Society,Twitter: @OxfordPsychSocInstagram: oxfordunipsychsocEmail: email@example.comCreditsHost: Junior Okoroafor, Twitter: @JJStyles12, Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/junior-okoroafor-4b8069193/Art Work: Charlotte MasonSpeaker Co-ordinators: Zoe Popescu, Emily CampPodcast Editor: Victoria Okoroafor
Ep. 134 – Altered Memories and Alternate Realities with Dr. Elizabeth Loftus
The Social-Engineer Podcast
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by distinguished professor: Elizabeth Loftus. Listen in to understand the vulnerabilities in human memories and how they are sometimes exploited. Learn to defend against attacks on your memory and how this info can be applied in the information security industry. 00:01 – Introduction to Elizabeth Loftus and her research on the malleability of human memory. 01:41 – Elizabeth's reasoning for researching human memory. 03:12 – What our faulty memory means for eyewitness testimonies. 04:20 – How the phrasing of a question can distort someone's memory. 06:27 – Is it possible to verify the accuracy of a memory? 10:34 – Trying hard to remember something can sometimes lead to the creation of a false memory. 11:22 – Elizabeth's experience with the trial of George Franklin. 14:13 – How can we protect ourselves from having our memories modified? 14:21 – The similarities between preventing false memories and preventing scams. 20:40 – “What the heck is going on in the world of Social-Engineer: COVID Style.” Practical Open Source Intelligence For Everyday Social Engineers 11-12 November 2020 - VIRTUAL Advanced Practical Social Engineering Training 17-20 November, 2020 - VIRTUAL The Human Hacking Conference - Orlando, FL March 11-13, 2021 2021 Training Schedule Book: Human Hacking: Win Friends, Influence People, and Leave Them Better Off for Having Met You Website: social-engineer.com Website: social-engineer.org 25:43 – How hypnosis therapy often generates false memories. 30:21 – How to protect yourself from having your memories altered. 32:58 – The prevalence and impact of misinformation on social media. 38:30 – Elizabeth’s website, Ted Talk and books. Elizabeth F. Loftus’ UCI School of Social Ecology Website Ted Talk at TedGlobal 2013 Books by Elizabeth 39:44 – Elizabeth’s book recommendations. Mistakes Were Made (but Not by Me) 41:50 – Outro Social-Engineer.org Newsletter Framework Blog Social-Engineer.com The Innocent Lives Foundation The Innocent Lives Foundation on Twitter The Human Hacking Conference The Human Hacking Conference on Twitter Human Hacking Book Chris on Twitter Social-Engineer on Twitter Social-Engineer on Facebook Social-Engineer on LinkedIn Social-Engineer on Instagram Social-Engineer on Slack
In this episode, we're joined by award-winning psychologist and author, Elizabeth Loftus. Elizabeth has spent her career uncovering the malleability of human memory, and is ranked as one of the top 100 most eminent psychologist of the 20th Century.In a career spanning nearly 50 years, Professor Loftus has written 23 books and published over 500 scientific articles on the malleability of human memory, eyewitness testimony, and courtroom procedure.In today’s episode, we discuss her incredible research and its wide-reaching implications.Mindcog websitehttps://www.themindcogpodcast.com
Cocktails and Canceled Conversations with Elizabeth Loftus
Half Hour of Heterodoxy
This episode features cognitive psychologist and human memory expert, Dr. Elizabeth Loftus. It’s a recording of a live webinar hosted by HxA on June 8, 2020 called Cocktails and Canceled Conversations with Elizabeth Loftus. Dr. Loftus is a Distinguished Professor at UC-Irvine in the Department of Psychological Science and the Department of Criminology, Law, and Society. She has published over 20 books and 600 scientific articles, and she has served as an expert witness or consultant in hundreds of cases, including the McMartin Preschool Molestation case, the Hillside Strangler, the Menendez brothers, and the Oklahoma Bombing. Earlier this year, Dr. Loftus was scheduled to speak at New York University, but her talk was canceled following her testimony at the Harvey Weinstein trial. You can follow Meghan on twitter @eloftus1. If you have any comments you can contact Cory Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org or on twitter @ImHardcory. Here is the transcript of the episode. Rating the Show If you enjoyed this show, please rate it on iTunes: Go to the show's iTunes page and click “View in iTunes” Click “Ratings and Reviews” which is to the right of "Details" Next to "Click to Rate" select the stars.
#307 Elizabeth Loftus: Memory, Eyewitness Testimony, and Recovered Memory Therapy
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