Adam T. Vogel

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The quantification of unique dimensions of human memory is essential for a comprehensive understanding of cognition. Previously, we developed two tools to quantify autobiographical memories (AMs). “Cue-Recalled Autobiographical Memories” (CRAM) is a selfadministered psychometric test that assesses the temporal distribution and content of AMs by(More)
Autobiographical memory (AM), subjective recollection of past experiences, is fundamental in everyday life. Nevertheless, characterization of the spontaneous occurrence of AM, as well as of the number and types of recollected details, remains limited. The CRAM (Cue-Recalled Autobiographical Memory) test (http://cramtest.info) adapts and combines the(More)
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