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Volume 14, Number 3, April 2006

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Recognition memory and awareness: A high‐frequency advantage in the accuracy of knowing
pp. 265-275(11)
Authors: Gregg, Vernon; Gardiner, John; Karayianni, Irene; Konstantinou, Ira

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Islands of memory: Autobiographical remembering in amnestics
pp. 276-288(13)
Authors: Medved, Maria; Hirst, William

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Impact of current grief on memory for past grief in spousal bereavement
pp. 297-306(10)
Authors: Field, Nigel; Thompson, Larry; Gallagher‐Thompson, Dolores

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Congruency effect of presentation modality on false recognition of haptic and visual objects
pp. 307-315(9)
Authors: Nabeta, Tomohiro; Kawahara, Jun‐ichiro

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Enhanced perceptual priming for neutral stimuli in a traumatic context: A pathway to intrusive memories?
pp. 316-328(13)
Authors: Ehlers, Anke; Michael, Tanja; Chen, Yi Ping; Payne, Emma; Shan, Sri

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Ageing affects conceptual but not perceptual memory processes
pp. 345-358(14)
Authors: Stuart, George; Patel, Jayna; Bhagrath, Navi

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Autobiographical memories for places
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