Recall for self and other in autism: children's memory for events experienced by themselves and their peers.

@article{Millward2000RecallFS,
  title={Recall for self and other in autism: children's memory for events experienced by themselves and their peers.},
  author={C Millward and S Powell and Dolores Messer and Rita Jordan},
  journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders},
  year={2000},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={15-28}
}
Research on memory processing suggests that memory for events that an individual experiences should be superior to that for similar events that someone else experiences (e.g., Baker-Ward et al., 1990). However, such predictions may not be applicable to individuals with autism. There are already suggestions that individuals with autism have specific difficulties in remembering (Boucher & Lewis, 1989). In addition, they are known to have more general difficulties involving processes related to… CONTINUE READING

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