Turning memory development inside out q

@inproceedings{Siegler2004TurningMD,
  title={Turning memory development inside out q},
  author={Robert S. Siegler},
  year={2004}
}
These papers provide a useful progress report on how the mature and successful field of memory development is transcending traditional boundaries of populations, content, context, and design. Examining children s memory for distant as well as recent occurrences, for social interactions as well as individual experiences, for meaningful as well as arbitrary information, and for emotion-laden as well as neutral experiences is creating a broader and more vigorous field. Even greater progress can be… CONTINUE READING
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