ISSN 0965-8211, Online ISSN: 1464-0686
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Surveying Memory Processes: Introduction
Gaskell D.B.W.G. D.
Strategies for Estimating Behavioural Frequency in Survey Interviews
Cashman F.G.C.N.R.B.E. R.
Changes in the Subjective Properties of Autobiographical Memories with the Passage of Time
Dewinstanley W.J.F.P. A.
The Structure of Autobiographical Memory and the Event History Calendar: Potential Improvements in the Quality of Retrospective Reports in Surveys
Belli R. F.
''Don't Know'' Responses in Surveys: Is What I Know What You Want to Know and Do I Want You to Know It?
Collective Memories of Germans and Japanese About the Past Half-century
Forward Telescoping: The Question Matters
Belli V.P.N.R.B.R. F.
How Memory Research can Benefit from CASM
Loftus D.B.W.E. F.
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