14 Spontaneous Retrieval in Prospective Memory

  title={14 Spontaneous Retrieval in Prospective Memory},
  author={Mark A. McDaniel and Gilles O. Einstein},
O ur chapter, like others in this volume, focuses on episodic memory. Other chapters have approached episodic memory as a process or system to preserve an individual's mental record of his or her past. Here we take a broader view that episodic memory also allows people to mentally place themselves forward in time. Tulving (2004) has termed this process proscopic chronesthesia. Proscopic chronesthesia, likely unique to humans, supports forward looking activities, the anticipation of what we will… CONTINUE READING


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