How to accurately detect autobiographical events.

@article{Sartori2008HowTA,
  title={How to accurately detect autobiographical events.},
  author={Giuseppe Sartori and Sara Agosta and Cristina Zogmaister and Santo Davide Ferrara and Umberto Castiello},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2008},
  volume={19 8},
  pages={772-80}
}
We describe a new method, based on indirect measures of implicit autobiographical memory, that allows evaluation of which of two contrasting autobiographical events (e.g., crimes) is true for a given individual. Participants were requested to classify sentences describing possible autobiographical events by pressing one of two response keys. Responses were faster when sentences related to truly autobiographical events shared the same response key with other sentences reporting true events and… CONTINUE READING

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