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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 16, Number 7, October 2008

Does overgeneral autobiographical memory result from poor memory for task instructions?
pp. 669-677(9)
Authors: Yanes, Paula; Roberts, John; Carlos, Erica

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Differentiated forgetting rates of spatial knowledge in humans in the absence of repeated testing
pp. 678-688(11)
Authors: Corazzini, Luca Latini; Thinus-Blanc, Catherine; Nesa, Marie-Pascale; Geminiani, Giuliano Carlo; Peruch, Patrick

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Recognition hypermnesia: How to get it
pp. 689-702(14)
Authors: Bergstein, Jacquelyn; Erdelyi, Matthew

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When we feel good and bad about ourselves: Self-esteem memories across cultures
pp. 703-711(9)
Authors: Ivcevic, Zorana; Pillemer, David; Wang, Qi; Hou, Yubo; Tang, Huizhen; Mohoric, Tamara; Taksic, Vladimir

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Pictorial superiority effects in oldest-old people
pp. 728-741(14)
Authors: Cherry, Katie; Hawley, Karri; Jackson, Erin; Volaufova, Julia; Su, L. Joseph; Jazwinski, S. Michal

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Manipulating recall vantage perspective of intrusive memories in dysphoria
pp. 742-750(9)
Authors: Williams, Alishia; Moulds, Michelle

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Why recall our highs and lows: Relations between memory functions, age, and well-being
pp. 751-762(12)
Authors: McLean, Kate; Lilgendahl, Jennifer Pals

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Dissociating word stem completion and cued recall as a function of divided attention at retrieval
pp. 763-772(10)
Authors: Benjamin Clarke, A. J.; Butler, Laurie

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