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Accounting for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptom Severity With Pre- and Posttrauma Measures: A Longitudinal Study of Older Adults.
(Clin Psychol Sci, 2016-03)
Using data from a longitudinal study of community-dwelling older adults, we analyzed the most extensive set of known correlates of PTSD symptoms obtained from a single sample to examine the measures' independent and combined ...
The effects of song familiarity and age on phenomenological characteristics and neural recruitment during autobiographical memory retrieval.
Recent research suggests that emotional music clips can serve as a highly successful tool for eliciting rich autobiographical memories, and that the utility of these cues may be related to their subjective familiarity. The ...
Maladaptive trauma appraisals mediate the relation between attachment anxiety and PTSD symptom severity.
(Psychol Trauma, 2016-05)
OBJECTIVE: In a large sample of community-dwelling older adults with histories of exposure to a broad range of traumatic events, we examined the extent to which appraisals of traumatic events mediate the relations between ...
Recent Advances in Understanding the Reminiscence Bump: The Importance of Cues in Guiding Recall from Autobiographical Memory.
(Curr Dir Psychol Sci, 2016-04-01)
The reminiscence bump is the increased proportion of autobiographical memories from youth and early adulthood observed in adults over 40. It is one of the most robust findings in autobiographical memory research. Although ...
Twins Dispute Memory Ownership: A New False Memory Phenomenon
(Memory & Cognition, 2001)
Beginnings of a theory of autobiographical remembering
(AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY, 1998-01-01)
Component neural systems for the creation of emotional memories during free viewing of a complex, real-world event.
(Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2010)
Emotion and vantage point in autobiographical
(Cognition and Emotion, 2006-12-01)
Autobiographical memories may be recalled from two different perspectives: Field memories in which the person seems to remember the scene from his/her original point of view and observer memories in which the rememberer ...
When a trauma becomes a key to identity: Enhanced integration of trauma memories predicts posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms
(Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2007-05-01)
The Centrality of Event Scale (CES) measures the extent to which a traumatic memory forms a central component of personnal identity, a turning point in the life story and a reference point for everyday inferences. In two ...