When we feel good and bad about ourselves: self-esteem memories across cultures.

@article{Ivcevic2008WhenWF,
  title={When we feel good and bad about ourselves: self-esteem memories across cultures.},
  author={Zorana Ivcevic and David B. Pillemer and Qi Wang and Yubo Hou and Huizhen Tang and Tamara Mohori{\'c} and Vladimir Tak{\vs}i{\vc}},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2008},
  volume={16 7},
  pages={
          703-11
        }
}
Young adults in the United States, Croatia, and China described personal episodes of times when they felt especially good or bad about themselves. These self-esteem memories were either recent (episodes that occurred during the previous 4 weeks) or remote (episodes that occurred between the ages of 10 and 15). Systematic content differences between memories of positive and negative self-worth were apparent primarily for remote rather than for recent memories. Across cultures, long-lasting… CONTINUE READING

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