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The verbatim effect is a cognitive bias that makes people remember the general outline and meaning of the information that is provided and not the exact, complete details.
Example: While reading a long text, a person can remember what the core message was, but not the entire text.
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The Verbatim Effect varies in its influence on people and may or may not occur in situations, as it depends on several factors like:
Two ways by which the verbatim effect can benefit us:
Remembering the gist of the information leads to better outcomes than the '...
There are two main memory processes:
The Gist Memory is encoded in a better way because it is an...
The Influence on others happens in several ways:
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