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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 21, Number 6, 1 August 2013

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Null's the word: A comparison of memory quality for intensely negative and positive events
pp. 633-645(13)
Authors: Waters, Theodore E. A.; Bohanek, Jennifer G.; Marin, Kelly; Fivush, Robyn

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Assigned value improves memory of proper names
pp. 657-667(11)
Authors: Festini, Sara B.; Hartley, Alan A.; Tauber, Sarah K.; Rhodes, Matthew G.

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Collaborative memory in a serial combination procedure
pp. 668-674(7)
Authors: Ditta, Annie Stanfield; Steyvers, Mark

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Intentional forgetting diminishes memory for continuous events
pp. 675-694(20)
Authors: Fawcett, Jonathan M.; Taylor, Tracy L.; Nadel, Lynn

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Adaptive memory: The survival scenario enhances item-specific processing relative to a moving scenario
pp. 695-706(12)
Authors: Burns, Daniel J.; Hart, Joshua; Griffith, Samantha E.; Burns, Amy D.

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Does visuo-spatial working memory generally contribute to immediate serial letter recall?
pp. 722-731(10)
Authors: F├╝rstenberg, A.; Rummer, R.; Schweppe, J.

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High-confidence memory errors in old age: The roles of monitoring and binding processes
pp. 732-750(19)
Authors: Fandakova, Yana; Shing, Yee Lee; Lindenberger, Ulman

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Depressive symptoms moderate the effects of a self-discrepancy induction on overgeneral autobiographical memory
pp. 751-761(11)
Authors: Smets, Jorien; Griffith, James W.; Wessel, Ineke; Walschaerts, Dominique; Raes, Filip

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