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Psychology
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What is the misinformation effect?

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Answer:

It is the process by which memories are altered by compliance techniques. The classic study that discovered this behavioral effect found that a significant about of participants who had viewed a photo of a car stopping at a stop sign, but were later told that the car had stopped at a yield sign by experimenters later reported that the car had stopped at a yield sign.

US History
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What were Teddy Roosevelt's main accomplishments during his time in office as President of the United States?

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His main accomplishments included the establishment of the Food and Drug Administration, which was important during a time of poor food handling practices, the passing of the Federal Employee Liabilities Act, which financially compensated railroad workers injured on the job, and the formation of the Panama Canal, which created an easier trading route for ships by enabling them to travel through Central America.

Cognitive Science
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What is embodied cognition?

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It is the study of cognition that works from the premise that sensorimotor functions influence behavior, and vice versa.

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