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Stability in autobiographical memories
One bump, two bumps, three bumps, four? Using retrieval cues to divide one autobiographical memory reminiscence bump into many
(Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2015)
Rhyme and reason: Analyses of dual cues
(Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1989)
Rhyme and Reason: Analyses of Dual Retrieval Cues
(Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1989-07-01)
If and only if each single cue uniquely defines its target, a independence model based on fragment theory can predict the strength of a combined dual cue from the strengths of its single cue components. If the single cues ...
Internal languages of retrieval: the bilingual encoding of memories for the personal past.
(Mem Cognit, 2000-06)
In contrast to most research on bilingual memory that focuses on how words in either lexicon are mapped onto memory for objects and concepts, we focus on memory for events in the personal past. Using a word-cue technique ...
Telescoping is not time compression: a model of the dating of autobiographical events.
(Mem Cognit, 1989-11)
A model of telescoping is proposed that assumes no systematic errors in dating. Rather, the overestimation of recent occurrences of events is based on the combination of three factors: (1) Retention is greater for recent ...
Story recall by mentally retarded children.
(Psychol Rep, 1983-12)
Changes in neuroticism following trauma exposure
(Journal of Personality, 2014-04-01)
Using longitudinal data, the present study examined change in midlife neuroticism following trauma exposure. Our primary analyses included 670 participants (Mage = 60.55; 65.22% male, 99.70% Caucasian) who completed the ...
Cumulative exposure to traumatic events in older adults
(Aging and Mental Health, 2014-04-03)
Objectives: The present study examined the impact of cumulative trauma exposure on current posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptom severity in a nonclinical sample of adults in their 60s. The predictive utility of cumulative ...