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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 19, Number 1, January 2011

Objective and subjective measures indicate that orthographically similar words produce a blocking experience
pp. 17-35(19)
Authors: Leynes, P. Andrew; Brown, Jaime; Landau, Joshua

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Impaired directed forgetting in abstinent heroin addicts
pp. 36-44(9)
Authors: Zou, Zhiling; Zhang, John; Huang, Xiting; Weng, Xuchu

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To do or not to do? Prospective memory versus response inhibition in autism spectrum disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
pp. 56-66(11)
Authors: Brandimonte, Maria; Filippello, Pina; Coluccia, Emanuele; Altgassen, Mareike; Kliegel, Matthias

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Presentation modality effect on false memories in younger and older adults: The use of an inference paradigm
pp. 92-102(11)
Authors: Gras, Doriane; Tardieu, Hubert; Piolino, Pascale; Nicolas, Serge

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Travelling backwards and forwards in time: Culture and gender in the episodic specificity of past and future events
pp. 103-109(7)
Authors: Wang, Qi; Hou, Yubo; Tang, Huizhen; Wiprovnick, Alicia

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The role of forget-cue salience in list-method directed forgetting
pp. 110-117(8)
Authors: Foster, Nathaniel; Sahakyan, Lili

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