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HM_autobio - AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY The ecological...

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AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY The “ecological movement” Neisser’s call: Cognition and Reality (1976) Memory Observed (1982) Banaji & Crowder (1989): Everyday memory is bankrupt Low generalizability? Lack of control No new “principles” “Applied” studies of memory continue to be popular Flashbulb memories Prospective memory Eyewitness testimony Traumatic amnesia Mnemonic techniques; expertise Autobiographical memory
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Memory for One’s Life Story: Content and Process Biography and Culture Biography as historical record Biography as narrative The “oral history” movement AM as a social activity Building and sharing our “life story” Allende’s Paula (1995) Socializing, bonding and constructing the “self” through recounting our story Proust’s In Search of Lost Time (1922) The importance of cues Ecphory of the past and present Memory is life: Rachel the Replicant
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