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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 10, Number 3, 1 May 2002

Effects of divided attention and word concreteness on correct recall and false memory reports
pp. 161-177(17)
Authors: Pérez-Mata, M. Nieves; Read, J. Don; Diges, Margarita

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Why misinformation is more likely to be recognised over time: A source monitoring account
pp. 179-185(7)
Authors: Frost, Peter; Ingraham, Melissa; Wilson, Beth

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Source monitoring in a generative task
pp. 187-197(11)
Authors: Landau, Joshua D.; Thomas, Danielle M.; Thelen, Sarah E.; Chang, PengKwei

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Auditory memory and the irrelevant sound effect: Further evidence for changing-state disruption
pp. 199-214(16)
Authors: Campbell, Tom; Beaman, C. Philip; Berry, Dianne C.

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On the role of item similarity in retrieval-induced forgetting
pp. 215-224(10)
Authors: Bäuml, Karl-Heinz; Hartinger, Armin

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