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The act of remembering : toward an understanding of how we recall the past / edited by John H. Mace
Chichester, West Sussex, U.K. ; Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, c2010
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  BF378.A87 A25 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Autobiographical memory
Physical Description ix, 406 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents The act of remembering the past: an overview / John H. Mace -- From diaries to brain scans: methodological developments in the investigation of autobiographical memory / Christopher T. Ball -- Involuntary remembering and voluntary remembering: how different are they? / John H. Mace -- Accessing autobiographical memories / Martin A. Conway and Catherine Loveday -- Involuntary and voluntary memory sequencing phenomena: an interesting puzzle for the study of autobiographical memory organization and retrieval / Jennifer M. Talarico and John H. Mace -- Spontaneous remembering is the norm: what integrative models tell us about human consciousness and memory / Stan Franklin and Bernard J. Baars -- Priming, automatic recollection, and control of retrieval: toward an integrative retrieval architecture / Alan Richardson-Klavehn -- Understanding autobiographical remembering from a spreading activation perspective / John H. Mace -- Retrieval inhibition in autobiographical memory / Bernhard Pastötter and Karl-Heinz T. Bäuml -- Seeing where we're at: a review of visual perspective and memory retrieval / Heather J. Rice -- The emergence of recollection: how we learn to recall ourselves in the past / Robyn Fivush and Patricia J. Bauer -- You get what you need: the psychosocial functions of remembering / Susan Bluck, Nicole Alea, and Burcu Demiray -- Exploring involuntary recall in posttraumatic stress disorder from an information processing perspective: intrusive images of trauma / Julie Krans ... [et al.] -- Unwanted traumatic intrusions: the role of pre-trauma individual differences in executive control / Johan Verwoerd and Ineke Wessel -- The content, nature, and persistence of intrusive memories in depression / Alishia D. Williams and Michelle L. Moulds
Series New perspectives in cognitive psychology
Alternate Author Mace, John H

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