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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 22, Number 1, 2 January 2014

What kind of memory has evolution wrought?
pp. 1-8(8)
Authors: Otgaar; Howe

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The role of perceived threat in the survival processing memory advantage
pp. 26-35(10)
Authors: Olds; Lanska; Westerman

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Dying scenarios improve recall as much as survival scenarios
pp. 51-64(14)
Authors: Burns; Hart; Kramer

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Working memory load eliminates the survival processing effect
pp. 92-102(11)
Authors: Kroneisen; Rummel; Erdfelder

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Developmental trends in adaptive memory
pp. 103-117(15)
Authors: Otgaar; Howe; Smeets; Garner

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