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2.1 Theoretical Framework2.1.1 Choice Blindness.According to the study by Fumihiko Taya and colleagues (2014) It iscommonly believed that individuals make choices based upon their preferences and have access to thereasons for their choices. Recent studies in several areas suggest that this is not always the case. In choiceblindness paradigms, two alternative forced choice in which chosen options are later replaced by theunselected option. This definition is relevant to the aims of this study, in particular that it states that thechoices a person makes is not always what that person thinks he/she really chose. Therefore, this studiesallows the experimenters to determine that the participants of the study might not notice the manipulationthat the choice that the participants made was replaced by the rejected pictures.2.2 Review on Related Literature2.2.1 Choice BlindnessIn previous literature it is said that confabulation can be related to choice blindness.Confabulation means made-up stories fill in any gaps in memory this term was coined by a Germanpsychiatrist, Karl Bonhoeffer in the 90s. In choice blindness, it refers to a short-term memoryphenomenon that causes people to be unable to accurately recall choices made and we frequently fail tonotice when we are presented with something different from what we really want, and, we will come up

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Eyewitness identification, choice blindness, Fumihiko Taya

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