The role of belief in occurrence within autobiographical memory.

  title={The role of belief in occurrence within autobiographical memory.},
  author={Alan Scoboria and Dennis L. Jackson and Jennifer M. Talarico and Maciej Hanczakowski and Lauren Wysman and Giuliana Mazzoni},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  volume={143 3},
This article examines the idea that believing that events occurred in the past is a non-memorial decision that reflects underlying processes that are distinct from recollecting events. Research on autobiographical memory has often focused on events that are both believed to have occurred and remembered, thus tending to overlook the distinction between autobiographical belief and recollection. Studying event representations such as false memories, believed-not-remembered events, and non-believed… CONTINUE READING
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