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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 15, Number 8, November 2007

So that's why I don't remember: Normalising forgetting of childhood events influences false autobiographical beliefs but not memories
pp. 801-813(13)
Authors: Scoboria, Alan; Lynn, Steven Jay; Hessen, Joanna; Fisico, Stephanie

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The impact of rumination on memory for self-referent material
pp. 814-821(8)
Authors: Moulds, Michelle; Kandris, Eva; Williams, Alishia

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Ageing and the self-reference effect in memory
pp. 822-837(16)
Authors: Gutchess, Angela; Kensinger, Elizabeth; Yoon, Carolyn; Schacter, Daniel

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Analogical inference: The role of awareness in abstract learning
pp. 838-844(7)
Authors: Gross, William; Greene, Anthony

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Characterisation of music-evoked autobiographical memories
pp. 845-860(16)
Authors: Janata, Petr; Tomic, Stefan; Rakowski, Sonja

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Long-term memory for the emotional gist and the emotional essence of an experience
pp. 861-872(12)
Authors: Safer, Martin; Breslin, Carolyn; Boesch, Richard; Cerqueira, Renata

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Older, wiser, and happier? Comparing older adults' and college students' self-defining memories
pp. 886-898(13)
Authors: Singer, Jefferson; Rexhaj, Blerim; Baddeley, Jenna

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