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Public Attitudes on the Ethics of Deceptively Planting False Memories to Motivate Healthy Behavior

Public Attitudes on the Ethics of Deceptively Planting False Memories to Motivate Healthy Behavior

Robert A. Nash, Shari R. Berkowitz, and Simon Roche

Researchers have proposed that planting false memories could have positive behavioral consequences. The idea of deceptively planting ‘beneficial’ false memories outside of the laboratory raises important ethical questions, but how might the general public appraise this moral dilemma? In two studies,

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5215583/

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