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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 19, Number 5, 1 July 2011

The effect of information distribution on collaborative inhibition
pp. 417-428(12)
Authors: Meade, Michelle L.; Gigone, Daniel

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Stronger evidence for own-age effects in memory for older as compared to younger adults
pp. 429-448(20)
Authors: Freund, Alexandra M.; Kourilova, Sylvie; Kuhl, Poldi

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Exploring the effects of ownership and choice on self-memory biases
pp. 449-461(13)
Authors: Cunningham, Sheila J.; Brady-Van den Bos, Mirjam; Turk, David J.

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Exploring the relationship between retrieval disruption from collaboration and recall
pp. 462-469(8)
Authors: Barber, Sarah J.; Rajaram, Suparna

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SKOOL versus ZOOL: Effects of orthographic and phonological long-term memory on nonword immediate serial recall
pp. 487-500(14)
Authors: Tree, Jeremy J.; Longmore, Chris; Majerus, Steve; Evans, Nicky

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No evidence of age-related increases in unconscious plagiarism during free recall
pp. 514-528(15)
Authors: Perfect, Timothy John; Defeldre, Anne-Catherine; Elliman, Rachel; Dehon, Hedwige

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Working memory in multilingual children: Is there a bilingual effect?
pp. 529-537(9)
Author: Engel de Abreu, Pascale M. J.

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Do intrusive memory characteristics predict depression at 6 months?
pp. 538-546(9)
Authors: Newby, Jill M.; Moulds, Michelle L.

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