Time to rewrite your autobiography?\ud

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Wade, Kimberley A.; Laney, Cara;
  • Publisher: British Psychological Society
  • Subject: BF
    acm: Hardware_MEMORYSTRUCTURES

Autobiographical memory is the “diary that we all carry about” said Oscar Wilde.\ud Autobiographical memory defines us. And because autobiographical memory is the\ud foundation on which we build our identity, we like to believe that our memories are\ud accurate, compreh... View more
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