Cross-cultural and gender differences in childhood amnesia

@article{Macdonald2000CrossculturalAG,
  title={Cross-cultural and gender differences in childhood amnesia},
  author={S. Macdonald and K. Uesiliana and H. Hayne},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2000},
  volume={8},
  pages={365 - 376}
}
In two experiments, we examined cross-cultural and gender differences in adults' earliest memories. To do this, we asked male and female adults from three cultural backgrounds (New Zealand European, New Zealand Maori, and Asian) to describe and date their earliest personal memory. Consistent with past research, Asian adults reported significantly later memories than European adults, however this effect was due exclusively to the extremely late memories reported by Asian females. Maori adults… Expand
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