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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 23, Number 4, 19 May 2015

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No dual-task practice effect in Alzheimer's disease
pp. 518-528(11)
Authors: Foley; Cocchini; Logie; Della Sala

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Flashbulb memories of the Pope's resignation: Explicit and implicit measures across differing religious groups
pp. 529-544(16)
Authors: Curci; Lanciano; Maddalena; Mastandrea; Sartori

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Reasons for withdrawing belief in vivid autobiographical memories
pp. 545-562(18)
Authors: Scoboria; Boucher; Mazzoni

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Source and destination memory: Two sides of the same coin?
pp. 563-576(14)
Authors: Lindner; Drouin; Tanguay; Stamenova; Davidson

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Memory and comprehension for health information among older adults: Distinguishing the effects of domain-general and domain-specific knowledge
pp. 577-589(13)
Authors: Chin; Payne; Gao; Conner-Garcia; Graumlich; Murray; Morrow; Stine-Morrow

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Older adults catch up to younger adults on a learning and memory task that involves collaborative social interaction
pp. 612-624(13)
Authors: Derksen; Duff; Weldon; Zhang; Zamba; Tranel; Denburg

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Within-session spacing improves delayed recall in children
pp. 625-632(8)
Authors: Zigterman; Simone; Bell

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