Goal pursuit, goal self-concordance, and the accessibility of autobiographical knowledge.

@article{Moberly2006GoalPG,
  title={Goal pursuit, goal self-concordance, and the accessibility of autobiographical knowledge.},
  author={Nicholas J Moberly and A Kenneth Macleod},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2006},
  volume={14 7},
  pages={901-15}
}
Recent theory suggests that personal goals influence the accessibility of autobiographical knowledge. We suggest that this effect is moderated by goal self-concordance: the extent to which a goal is pursued for autonomous rather than controlling reasons. Cueing paradigms were used to measure the accessibility of autobiographical knowledge relating to (i… CONTINUE READING