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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 28, Number 3, 15 March 2020

Does retrieving a memory insulate it against memory inhibition? A retroactive interference study
pp. 293-308(16)
Authors: Hulbert, Justin C.; Anderson, Michael C.

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Structured word-lists as a model of basic schemata: deviations from content and order in a repeated event paradigm
pp. 309-322(14)
Authors: Rubínová, Eva; Blank, Hartmut; Ost, James; Fitzgerald, Ryan J.

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Music evoked autobiographical memories in people with behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia
pp. 323-336(14)
Authors: Baird, Amee; Brancatisano, Olivia; Gelding, Rebecca; Thompson, William Forde

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Behavioural pattern separation is strongly associated with familiarity-based decisions
pp. 337-347(11)
Authors: Szőllősi, Ágnes; Bencze, Dorottya; Racsmány, Mihály

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Deciphering the relationship between objective and subjective aspects of recollection in healthy aging
pp. 362-373(12)
Authors: Folville, Adrien; D’Argembeau, Arnaud; Bastin, Christine

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When we must forget: the effect of cognitive load on prospective memory commission errors
pp. 374-385(12)
Authors: Matos, Patrícia; Santos, Flávia H.; Albuquerque, Pedro B.

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Lessons for the courtroom from the study of Flashbulb memory: an integrative review
pp. 441-449(9)
Authors: Curci, Antonietta; Lanciano, Tiziana; Curtotti, Donatella; Sartori, Giuseppe

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