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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 15, Number 3, April 2007

Autobiographical memory and emotional disorder: A special issue of Memory
pp. 225-226(2)
Authors: Dalgleish, Tim; Brewin, Chris

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Intrusive memories and rumination in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder: A phenomenological comparison
pp. 249-257(9)
Authors: Speckens, Anne; Ehlers, Anke; Hackmann, Ann; Ruths, Florian; Clark, David

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Betrayal trauma theory: A critical appraisal
pp. 280-294(15)
Author: McNally, Richard

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The state of betrayal trauma theory: Reply to McNally - Conceptual issues, and future directions
pp. 295-311(17)
Authors: Freyd, Jennifer; Deprince, Anne; Gleaves, David

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Free Content Cue self-relevance affects autobiographical memory specificity in individuals with a history of major depression
pp. 312-323(12)
Authors: Crane, Catherine; Barnhofer, Thorsten; Mark, J.; Williams, G.

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Free Content The endorsement of dysfunctional attitudes is associated with an impaired retrieval of specific autobiographical memories in response to matching cues
pp. 324-338(15)
Authors: Spinhoven, Philip; Bockting, Claudi; Kremers, Ismay; Schene, Aart; Mark, J.; Williams, G.

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Overgeneral memory and suppression of trauma memories in post-traumatic stress disorder
pp. 339-352(14)
Authors: Schönfeld, Sabine; Ehlers, Anke; Böllinghaus, Inga; Rief, Winfried

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