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Memory and Language Memory and the self q

@inproceedings{Conway2005MemoryAL,
  title={Memory and Language Memory and the self q},
  author={M. Conway},
  year={2005}
}
The Self-Memory System (SMS) is a conceptual framework that emphasizes the interconnectedness of self and memory. Within this framework memory is viewed as the data base of the self. The self is conceived as a complex set of active goals and associated self-images, collectively referred to as the working self. The relationship between the working self and long-term memory is a reciprocal one in which autobiographical knowledge constrains what the self is, has been, and can be, whereas the… Expand
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