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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 22, Number 8, 17 November 2014

Editorial Board
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Autobiographical memory bias in social anxiety
pp. 890-897(8)
Authors: Krans; de Bree; Bryant

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Short-term memory across eye blinks
pp. 898-906(9)
Author: Irwin

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Modelling longitudinal changes in older adults' memory for spoken discourse: Findings from the ACTIVE cohort
pp. 990-1001(12)
Authors: Payne; Gross; Parisi; Sisco; Stine-Morrow; Marsiske; Rebok

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The reminiscence bump in older adults' life story transitions
pp. 1002-1009(8)
Authors: Steiner; Pillemer; Thomsen; Minigan

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Both associative activation and thematic extraction count, but thematic false memories are more easily rejected
pp. 1024-1040(17)
Authors: Carneiro; Garcia-Marques; Fernandez; Albuquerque

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Emotional impact feedback affects how people remember an analogue trauma event
pp. 1041-1051(11)
Authors: Takarangi; Segovia; Dawson; Strange

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