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Volume 7, Number 2, 1 March 1999

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Cognitive Effort and Recollective Experience in Recognition Memory
pp. 129-146(18)
Authors: Dewhurst, Stephen A.; Hitch, Graham J.

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When the Event is More Than the Sum of its Parts: 9-month-olds' Long-term Ordered Recall
pp. 147-174(28)
Authors: Carver, Leslie J.; Bauer, Patricia J.

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Mood Congruence and Depressive Deficits in Memory: A Forced-recall Analysis
pp. 175-196(22)
Authors: Murray, Laura A.; Whitehouse, Wayne G.; Alloy, Lauren B.

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The Effects of Recent Exposure on General-knowledge Estimation
pp. 197-208(12)
Authors: Westerman, Deanne L.; Greene, Robert L.

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The Role of Memory in the Tower of London Task
pp. 209-231(23)
Authors: Phillips, L.H.; Wynn, V.; Gilhooly, K.J.; Sala, S. Della; Logie, R.H.

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Recall Accuracy and Illusory Memories: When More is Less
pp. 233-256(24)
Authors: Toglia, Michael P.; Neuschatz, Jeffrey S.; Goodwin, Kerri A.

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