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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 26, Number 1, 2 January 2018

Keeping up with the times at Memory
pp. 1-1(1)
Authors: Howe, Mark L.; Conway, Martin A.

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When lying changes memory for the truth
pp. 2-14(13)
Authors: Otgaar, Henry; Baker, Alysha

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Autobiographical remembering regulates emotions: a functional perspective
pp. 15-28(14)
Authors: Öner, Sezin; Gülgöz, Sami

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The weapon focus effect is weaker with Black versus White male perpetrators
pp. 29-41(13)
Authors: Pickel, Kerri L.; Sneyd, Danielle E.

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Divided attention enhances the recognition of emotional stimuli: evidence from the attentional boost effect
pp. 42-52(11)
Authors: Rossi-Arnaud, Clelia; Spataro, Pietro; Costanzi, Marco; Saraulli, Daniele; Cestari, Vincenzo

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Cross-modality translations improve recognition by reducing false alarms
pp. 53-58(6)
Authors: Forrin, Noah D.; MacLeod, Colin M.

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Do Overgeneral Memories Make us feel better? An experimental examination
pp. 74-88(15)
Authors: Bunnell, Sarah L.; Greenhoot, Andrea Follmer

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Can false memories prime alternative solutions to ambiguous problems?
pp. 96-105(10)
Authors: Howe, Mark L.; Garner, Sarah R.

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The impact of depression and PTSD symptom severity on trauma memory
pp. 106-116(11)
Authors: Ashbaugh, Andrea R.; Marinos, Julia; Bujaki, Brad

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The transmission and stability of cultural life scripts: a cross-cultural study
pp. 131-143(13)
Authors: Janssen, Steve M. J.; Haque, Shamsul

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