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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 21, Number 3, 1 April 2013

Losses and gains at Memory
pp. 285-285(1)
Authors: Howe, Mark L.; Conway, Martin A.

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The phenomenology and temporal distributions of autobiographical memories elicited with emotional and neutral cue words
pp. 286-300(15)
Authors: Maki, Yoichi; Janssen, Steve M. J.; Uemiya, Ai; Naka, Makiko

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Retrieval-induced forgetting of words with negative emotionality
pp. 315-323(9)
Authors: Kobayashi, Masanori; Tanno, Yoshihiko

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Involuntary memory chains: What do they tell us about autobiographical memory organisation?
pp. 324-335(12)
Authors: Mace, John H.; Clevinger, Amanda M.; Bernas, Ronan S.

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Do children recall the birth of a younger sibling? Implications for the study of childhood amnesia
pp. 336-346(11)
Authors: Gross, Julien; Jack, Fiona; Davis, Nicola; Hayne, Harlene

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Serial-position effects for items and relations in short-term memory
pp. 347-365(19)
Authors: Jones, Tim; Oberauer, Klaus

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Strategic processing in long-term repetition priming in the lexical decision task
pp. 366-376(11)
Authors: Kessler, Yoav; Moscovitch, Morris

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Working memory for pitch, timbre, and words
pp. 377-395(19)
Authors: Schulze, Katrin; Tillmann, Barbara

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Tracking the eyes to see what children remember
pp. 396-407(12)
Authors: Koski, Jessica; Olson, Ingrid R.; Newcombe, Nora S.

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An individual differences approach to the suggestibility of memory over time
pp. 408-416(9)
Authors: Frost, Peter; Nussbaum, Gregory; Loconto, Taylor; Syke, Richard; Warren, Casey; Muise, Christina

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