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Momentous Events, Vivid Memories
Personal Event Memories Memorable Moments Memory Directives Image, Narrative, and the Development of Self The Living Past in Everyday and Clinical Contexts Gender, Culture, and Personality References
Summing Up: The Science of Reviewing Research.
A Checklist for Evaluating Reviews Reference Index, a guide to organizing a reviewing strategy, and a list of procedures for evaluating reviews.
Directive functions of autobiographical memory: The guiding power of the specific episode
Case studies and systematic research illustrate the prominence of memory directives in everyday life and explain why directive functions have received less emphasis in the research literature than social or self functions.
Affect and accuracy in recall: Remembering personal circumstances: A functional analysis
In the classic paper on “flashbulb” memories, Brown and Kulik (1977) identified an aspect of autobiographical memory that had received scant attention from cognitive psychologists – memory for one's
Momentous Events and the Life Story
Memories of specific life episodes, termed personal event memories, have only recently become a focus of systematic research. In this article, memories of momentous events are analyzed from a
Childhood events recalled by children and adults.
Gender differences in autobiographical memory styles of older adults
Older adults provided oral life histories in a semi-structured interview format and participants' ratings of the ways that they use memory in daily life suggest that women place a greater value on purposeful reminiscence than do men.
What is remembered about early childhood events?
  • D. Pillemer
  • Psychology
    Clinical psychology review
  • 1 December 1998