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Table 4 Correction classification-type probabilities: Experiment 2

From: Recalling fake news during real news corrections can impair or enhance memory updating: the role of recollection-based retrieval

  Correction Classification Categories Probabilities
Classified as Correction + Fake News Recalled Classified as Correction + Fake News Not Recalled Not Classified as Correction
Phase Correction [Peers-Believe] Correction [Peers-Disbelieve] Correction [Peers-Believe] Correction [Peers-Disbelieve] Correction [Peers-Believe] Correction [Peers-Disbelieve]
Phase 2 .50 [.48, .53] .51 [.48, .54] .24 [.20, .27] .23 [.20, .27] .26 [.22, .29] .26 [.23, .30]
Phase 3 .41 [.38, .44] .41 [.39, .44] .18 [.15, .21] .18 [.14, .21] .42 [.38, .46] .42 [.38, .46]
  1. 95% confidence intervals are displayed in brackets. The classifications above all pertain to Correction headline types. Classified as Correction + Fake News Recalled were instances when headlines were classified as corrections and participants could recall the fake news details. Classified as Correction + Fake News Not Recalled were instances when headlines were classified as corrections, but participants could not recall the fake news details. Not Classified as Correction were instances when headlines were not classified as corrections