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On the Transition from Childhood Amnesia to the Recall of Personal Memories
When adults are asked to report and date personal memories of their pasts, they show childhood amnesia, that is, diminished recall of experiences over the childhood years. This way of demonstratingExpand
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Fragment memories mark the end of childhood amnesia
Adults described and dated two kinds of first remembrances: a personal event memory (the recollection of a personal episode that had occurred at some time in some place) and a memory fragment (anExpand
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Encoding context and false recognition memories
False recognition of an extralist word that is thematically related to all words of a study list may reflect internal activation of the theme word during encoding followed by impaired sourceExpand
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Memory fragments as components of autobiographical knowledge
Adults described and dated two kinds of personal remembrances: a fragment--a memory moment that is largely bereft of context--and an episodic, personal event memory--a narrative that consists of aExpand
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