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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 27, Number 3, 16 March 2019

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Exploring the role of context on the existing evidence for reconsolidation of episodic memory
pp. 280-294(15)
Authors: Capelo, Ana M.; Albuquerque, Pedro B.; Cadavid, Sara

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Changing negative autobiographical memories in the lab: a comparison of three eye-movement tasks
pp. 295-305(11)
Authors: Mertens, Gaëtan; Krypotos, Angelos-Miltiadis; van Logtestijn, Arlaine; Landkroon, Elze; van Veen, Suzanne C.; Engelhard, Iris M.

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The computerized scoring algorithm for the autobiographical memory test: updates and extensions for analyzing memories of English-speaking adults
pp. 306-313(8)
Authors: Takano, Keisuke; Hallford, David J.; Vanderveren, Elien; Austin, David W.; Raes, Filip

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The production effect and the generation effect improve memory in picture naming
pp. 340-352(13)
Authors: Zormpa, Eirini; Brehm, Laurel E.; Hoedemaker, Renske S.; Meyer, Antje S.

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Ageing stereotypes influence the transmission of false memories in the social contagion paradigm
pp. 368-378(11)
Authors: Numbers, Katya T.; Barnier, Amanda J.; Harris, Celia B.; Meade, Michelle L.

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Putting false memories into context: the effects of odour contexts on correct and false recall
pp. 379-386(8)
Authors: Woods, Joshua A.; Dewhurst, Stephen A.

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Sleep facilitates consolidation of positive emotional memory in healthy older adults
pp. 387-396(10)
Authors: Gui, Wen-jun; Wang, Peng-yun; Lei, Xu; Lin, Tian; Horta, Marilyn; Liu, Xiao-yi; Yu, Jing

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Serial position-dependent false memory effects
pp. 397-409(13)
Authors: Dimsdale-Zucker, Halle R.; Flegal, Kristin E.; Atkins, Alexandra S.; Reuter-Lorenz, Patricia A.

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When motion improves working memory
pp. 410-416(7)
Authors: Plancher, Gaën; Mazeres, Florence; Vallet, Guillaume T.

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Content-specific phenomenological similarity between episodic memory and simulation
pp. 417-422(6)
Authors: Thakral, Preston P.; Madore, Kevin P.; Schacter, Daniel L.

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