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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 14, Number 4, May 2006

Mood-congruent free recall bias in anxious individuals is not a consequence of response bias
pp. 393-399(7)
Authors: Russo, Riccardo; Whittuck, Dora; Roberson, Debi; Dutton, Kevin; Georgiou, George; Fox, Elaine

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Retrieval of names in face and object naming in an interference study
pp. 400-414(15)
Authors: Izaute, Marie; Bonin, Patrick

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Can false memories spontaneously recover?
pp. 415-423(9)
Authors: Seamon, John; Berko, Jeffrey; Sahlin, Brooke; Yu, Yi-Lo; Colker, Jennifer; Gottfried, David

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The long-term recency effect in recognition memory
pp. 424-436(13)
Authors: Talmi, Deborah; Goshen-Gottstein, Yonatan

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Executive and visuospatial sketchpad resources in euthymic bipolar disorder: Implications for visuospatial working memory architecture
pp. 437-451(15)
Authors: Thompson, Jill; Hamilton, C. J.; Gray, John; Quinn, J. G.; Mackin, Paul; Young, Allan; Nicol Ferrier, I.

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Comparing two perceived characteristics of autobiographical memory: Memory detail and accessibility
pp. 471-485(15)
Authors: Ritchie, Timothy; Skowronski, John; Richard Walker, W.; Wood, Sarah

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Social suggestibility to central and peripheral misinformation
pp. 486-501(16)
Authors: Dalton, Andrea; Daneman, Meredyth

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Hypermnesia and total retrieval time
pp. 502-518(17)
Author: Mulligan, Neil W.

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