Language-dependent access to autobiographical memory in Japanese-English bilinguals and US monolinguals

@article{Matsumoto2006LanguagedependentAT,
  title={Language-dependent access to autobiographical memory in Japanese-English bilinguals and US monolinguals},
  author={Akiko Matsumoto and C. J. Stanny},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2006},
  volume={14},
  pages={378 - 390}
}
Japanese bilinguals retrieved autobiographical memories in response to 20 English and 20 Japanese cue words. US monolinguals were cued with 40 English words. All participants reported one earliest memory. Japanese bilinguals retrieved more memories and earlier memories when cued with Japanese words. They also retrieved more memories when the cue language matched either the language of memory encoding or the language of first thought. Although English cues elicited equivalent numbers of English… Expand
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