Autobiographical Memory: Individual Differences and Developmental Course

@inproceedings{Courage2010AutobiographicalMI,
  title={Autobiographical Memory: Individual Differences and Developmental Course},
  author={M. Courage and M. L. Howe},
  year={2010}
}
The fate of our earliest autobiographical memories has been a matter of intense speculation for over a century (e.g., Freud, 1905/1953; Henri & Henri, 1895). The enduring interest in this topic has become stronger over the past few decades as important mental health and forensic questions on the accuracy and durability of adults’ memories of childhood experiences have required answers. Coincident with (and partly as a consequence of) these questions, researchers have examined the fate of early… Expand
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