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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 17, Number 5, July 2009

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Learners' choices and beliefs about self-testing
pp. 493-501(9)
Authors: Kornell, Nate; Son, Lisa

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Episodic memory reconsolidation: Updating or source confusion?
pp. 502-510(9)
Authors: Hupbach, Almut; Gomez, Rebecca; Nadel, Lynn

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Investigating the structure of autobiographical memory using reaction times
pp. 511-517(7)
Authors: Kemp, Simon; Burt, Christopher; Malinen, Sanna

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Invariance of cognitive triage in the development of recall in adulthood
pp. 518-527(10)
Authors: Marche, Tammy; Howe, Mark; Lane, David; Owre, Keith; Briere, Jennifer

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Phenomenological characteristics of emotional memories in younger and older adults
pp. 528-543(16)
Authors: Mickley, Katherine; Kensinger, Elizabeth

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Prepartum autobiographical memory specificity predicts post-traumatic stress symptoms following complicated pregnancy
pp. 544-556(13)
Authors: Hauer, Beatrijs; Wessel, Ineke; Engelhard, Iris; Peeters, Louis; Dalgleish, Tim

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Familiar and unfamiliar face recognition: A review
pp. 577-596(20)
Authors: Johnston, Robert; Edmonds, Andrew

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Memory conjunction errors: The effects of presentation duration and study repetition
pp. 597-607(11)
Authors: Leding, Juliana; Lampinen, James Michael

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