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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 27, Number 2, 7 February 2019

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The effects of state anxiety on analogue peritraumatic encoding and event memory: introducing the stressful event segmentation paradigm
pp. 124-136(13)
Authors: Sherrill, Andrew M.; Kurby, Christopher A.; Lilly, Michelle M.; Magliano, Joseph P.

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Does the structure of working memory in EL children vary across age and two language systems?
pp. 174-191(18)
Authors: Swanson, H. Lee; Kudo, Milagros Fatima; Van Horn, M. Lee

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The effect of processing load on loss of information from short-term memory
pp. 192-197(6)
Authors: Norris, Dennis; Hall, Jane; Butterfield, Sally; Page, Michael P.A.

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Mood impedes monitoring of emotional false memories: evidence for the associative theories
pp. 198-208(11)
Authors: Zhang, Weiwei; Gross, Julien; Hayne, Harlene

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Animacy effects in episodic memory: do imagery processes really play a role?
pp. 209-223(15)
Authors: Gelin, Margaux; Bugaiska, Aurélia; Méot, Alain; Vinter, Annie; Bonin, Patrick

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Successful list-method directed forgetting without retroactive interference of post-instruction learning
pp. 224-230(7)
Authors: Racsmány, Mihály; Demeter, Gyula; Szőllősi, Ágnes

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Don’t stare, unless you don’t want to remember: Maintaining fixation compromises autobiographical memory retrieval
pp. 231-238(8)
Authors: Lenoble, Quentin; Janssen, Steve M. J.; El Haj, Mohamad

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Individuals who report eating disorder symptoms also exhibit a disrupted fading affect bias in autobiographical memory
pp. 239-249(11)
Authors: Ritchie, Timothy D.; Kitsch, Kristen S.; Dromey, Marie; Skowronski, John J.

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Selective effects of specificity inductions on episodic details: evidence for an event construction account
pp. 250-260(11)
Authors: Madore, Kevin P.; Jing, Helen G.; Schacter, Daniel L.

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How much is remembered as a function of presentation modality?
pp. 261-267(7)
Authors: Schneider, Vivian I.; Healy, Alice F.; Carlson, Kenneth W.; Buck-Gengler, Carolyn J.; Barshi, Immanuel

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