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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 17, Number 3, January 2009

Does post-event cognitive load undermine thought suppression and increase intrusive memories after exposure to an analogue stressor?
pp. 245-255(11)
Authors: Nixon, Reginald; Cain, Neralie; Nehmy, Thomas; Seymour, Melanie

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The use of autobiographical knowledge in age estimation
pp. 279-287(9)
Authors: Arbuthnott, Katherine; Brown, Aaron

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An investigation of increases in metamemory confidence across multiple study trials
pp. 288-300(13)
Authors: Tiede, Heather; Derksen, Carla; Leboe, Jason

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Autobiographical memory after acute stress in healthy young men
pp. 301-310(10)
Authors: Tollenaar, Marieke; Elzinga, Bernet; Spinhoven, Philip; Everaerd, Walter

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Subliminal priming of autobiographical memories
pp. 311-322(12)
Authors: Ball, Christopher; Hennessey, Jaclyn

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A novel study: Forgetting curves and the reminiscence bump
pp. 323-336(14)
Authors: Copeland, David; Radvansky, Gabriel; Goodwin, Kerri

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Category-specific enhancement of retrieval due to field perspective
pp. 337-345(9)
Authors: Bagri, Gurjog; Jones, Gregory

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