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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 14, Number 1, Number 1/January 2006

The impact of stress on neutral and emotional aspects of episodic memory
pp. 1-16(16)
Authors: Payne, Jessica; Jackson, Eric; Ryan, Lee; Hoscheidt, Siobhan; Jacobs, Jake; Nadel, Lynn

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Remembering a criminal conversation: Beyond eyewitness testimony
pp. 27-36(10)
Authors: Campos, Laura; Alonso‐Quecuty, MarĂ­a

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Collaborative remembering of emotional events: The case of Rabin's assassination
pp. 46-56(11)
Authors: Yaron‐Antar, Anat; Nachson, Israel

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Adult recollections of earliest childhood dreams: A cross‐cultural study
pp. 57-67(11)
Authors: Fiske, Kate; Pillemer, David

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Effect of retention interval on the simultaneous cognate‐noncognate and remember‐know mirror effects
pp. 79-86(8)
Authors: Algarabel, Salvador; Pitarque, Alfonso; Gotor, Arcadio

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Memories of uncertain origin: Dreamt or real?
pp. 87-93(7)
Authors: Kemp, Simon; Burt, Christopher

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Pre‐event stereotypes and misinformation effects in young children
pp. 104-114(11)
Authors: Memon, Amina; Holliday, Robyn; Hill, Carole

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Re‐exposure to studied items at test does not influence false recognition
pp. 115-126(12)
Authors: Dodd, Michael; Sheard, Erin; MacLeod, Colin

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