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misinformation

Data or information concerning a patient that may be erroneously assumed to be accurate (e.g., inaccurate laboratory data, unreliable historical data from the patient or the family, and transcription errors in recording data).
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The Army Chief has sent a right message that misinformation misleads the young mind.
We expected the participants who received the accurate narrative to have greater recall accuracy than those that received the misinformation (e.
There is no question that misinformation is spread on social media.
Speakers from journalism, social media platforms, government, and communication, computer, and information science described misinformation as a global problem intertwined with increasing distrust of media and public institutions.
You can sometimes see misinformation by news outlets when one agency uses another source, usually a credible and well-known source, to publish a breaking story or event.
Information Facebook found about Russia's use of its platform to spread misinformation will be delivered by the company's General Counsel Colin Stretch.
Combatting misinformation is perhaps the greatest imperative for companies in an environment where customers use various channels to address their problems.
But if you provide a detailed counter-message with new information and get your audience to help develop a new narrative, the effects of intentionally misleading misinformation can be reduced, suggests new research.
Bam Aquino called on different stakeholders, led by the Department of Education (DepEd), to join forces in combating rampant trolling and spread of misinformation on social media.
I WROTE to "Feedback" last year to clear up some misinformation being distributed by the Green Party about their record whilst they ran Kirkburton Parish Council.
According to Memedi, this is just a speculation and misinformation.
The misinformation effect refers to the impairment in memory for the past that arises after exposure to misleading information.