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Volume 13, Number 7, October 2005

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Field and observer viewpoint in remember–know memories of personal childhood events
pp. 673-681(9)
Authors: Crawley, Susan; French, Christopher

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The bizarreness effect: Dissociation between item and source memory
pp. 682-689(8)
Authors: Macklin, Christopher; McDaniel, Mark

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Functional focal retrograde amnesia: Lost access to abstract autobiographical knowledge?
pp. 690-699(10)
Authors: Stracciari, Andrea; Mattarozzi, Katia; Fonti, Cristina; Guarino, Maria

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False reports of childhood events in appropriate interviews
pp. 700-710(11)
Authors: Ost, James; Foster, Samantha; Costall, Alan; Bull, Ray

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Interrupted actions affect output monitoring and event‐related potentials (ERPs)
pp. 759-772(14)
Authors: Leynes, P. Andrew; Crawford, Jarret; Bink, Martin

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The phonological similarity effect in serial recognition
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