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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 21, Number 2, 1 February 2013

Remembering the past and imagining the future in autism spectrum disorder
pp. 157-166(10)
Authors: Crane, Laura; Lind, Sophie E.; Bowler, Dermot M.

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Impaired memory for syntactical information in poor readers
pp. 182-188(7)
Authors: Perham, Nick; Whelpley, Carly; Hodgetts, Helen

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Visuospatial memory in dyslexia: Evidence for strategic deficits
pp. 189-209(21)
Authors: Bacon, Alison M.; Parmentier, Fabrice B. R.; Barr, Polly

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Feeling good and bad about the past and future self
pp. 210-218(9)
Authors: Pillemer, David B.; Thomsen, Dorthe; Kuwabara, Kie J.; Ivcevic, Zorana

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False recall and recognition of brand names increases over time
pp. 219-229(11)
Author: Sherman, Susan M.

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Flexibility of event boundaries in autobiographical memory
pp. 249-260(12)
Authors: Hohman, Timothy J.; Peynircioğlu, Zehra F.; Beason-Held, Lori L.

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Object specificity and personal relevance in long-term visual remembering
pp. 261-279(19)
Authors: Walker, Peter; Mahon, Louise; Kennedy, Helen; Berridge, Damon

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Warm-up questions on early childhood memories affect the reported age of earliest memories in late adolescence
pp. 280-284(5)
Authors: Kingo, Osman S.; Bohn, Annette; Krøjgaard, Peter

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