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Children (but Not Adults) Can Inhibit False Memories
  • M. L. Howe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological science
  • 1 December 2005
The role of inhibition in children's (5-, 7-, and 11-year-olds') false memory illusions in the Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) paradigm was examined using a list-wise directed-forgetting procedure.Expand
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On the susceptibility of adaptive memory to false memory illusions
Previous research has shown that survival-related processing of word lists enhances retention for that material. However, the claim that survival-related memories are more accurate has only beenExpand
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An associative-activation theory of children’s and adults’ memory illusions
The effects of associative strength and gist relations on rates of children’s and adults’ true and false memories were examined in three experiments. Children aged 5–11 and university-aged adultsExpand
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Developmentally invariant dissociations in children's true and false memories: not all relatedness is created equal.
  • M. L. Howe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Child development
  • 1 July 2006
The role of categorical versus associative relations in 5-, 7-, and 11-year-old children's true and false memories was examined using the Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) paradigm and categorized listsExpand
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Misleading Children's Story Recall: Forgetting and Reminiscence of the Facts.
Reasons for the transient nature of misinformation effects in children's long-term recollection are discussed. Two of the key issues are initial encoding confounds and analytical insensitivity. AExpand
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The Fate of Early Memories: Developmental Science and the Retention of Childhood Experiences
An Overview of Developments in Systems Related to Early Memory Memory Development from Birth to Two Years Memory Development During the Preschool Years Long-Term Retention of Emotional, Traumatic andExpand
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Children's Emotional False Memories
  • M. L. Howe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological science
  • 1 October 2007
Eight- and 12-year-old children were presented with neutral and negative emotional Deese-Roediger-McDermott lists equated on familiarity and associative strength. Both recall and recognition (A')Expand
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The emergence and early development of autobiographical memory.
The authors provide a new framework that integrates autobiographical memory with other early achievements (e.g., gesturing, language, concept formation). In this theory, the emergence and earlyExpand
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Valence and the development of immediate and long-term false memory illusions
Across five experiments we examined the role of valence in children's and adults’ true and false memories. Using the Deese/Roediger-McDermott paradigm and either neutral or negative-emotional lists,Expand
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Variability in the early development of visual self-recognition
A study was conducted to evaluate the (1) developmental course and (2) the temporal sequencing of visual (mirror, photo) and verbal (personal pronoun use) measures of self-recognition as well as theExpand
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