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Source monitoring.
TLDR
It is argued that source monitoring is based on qualities of experience resulting from combinations of perceptual and reflective processes, usually requires relatively differentiated phenomenal experience, and involves attributions varying in deliberateness.
Phenomenal characteristics of memories for perceived and imagined autobiographical events.
TLDR
The results are consistent with the idea that reality monitoring draws on differences in qualitative characteristics of memories for perceived and imagined events and augment findings from more controlled laboratory studies of complex events.
Memory interference during language processing.
TLDR
The authors studied the operation of working memory in language comprehension by examining the reading of complex sentences, finding the poorer language comprehension performance typically observed for object-extraction compared with subject-extracted forms was found to depend strongly on the mixture of types of NPs in a sentence.
The eyewitness suggestibility effect and memory for source
TLDR
The findings indicate that although misled subjects are capable of identifying the source of their memories of misleading suggestions, they nonetheless sometimes misidentify them as memories derived from the original event.
Developmental changes in memory source monitoring.
Aging and source monitoring: cognitive processes and neuropsychological correlates.
TLDR
The authors argue in accordance with the source monitoring framework that this age-related impairment in source accuracy is related to processes involved in binding features into complex memories and those involved in accessing and evaluating contextual features of memories.
Aging and qualitative characteristics of memories for perceived and imagined complex events.
TLDR
Older and younger adults' memory for perceived and imagined events was examined with a procedure in which everyday situations are simulated in the laboratory, suggesting that older subjects may not inhibit personal information, and this information may interfere with memory for other aspects of information, such as perceptual and contextual details.
Left Anterior Prefrontal Activation Increases with Demands to Recall Specific Perceptual Information
TLDR
The results show that left anterior prefrontal cortex is engaged during the monitoring and evaluation of specific memory characteristics at retrieval-a process critical for accurate episodic remembering.
Aging and qualitative characteristics of memories for perceived and imagined complex events.
TLDR
Older and younger adults' memory for perceived and imagined events was examined with a procedure in which everyday situations are simulated in the laboratory, suggesting that older subjects may not inhibit personal information, and this information may interfere with memory for other aspects of information, such as perceptual and contextual details.
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