Autobiographical Memory Development: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches (Current Issues in Memory) (Hardcover)

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Autobiographical Memory Development: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches (Current Issues in Memory) By Sami Gülgöz (Editor), Basak Sahin-Acar (Editor) Cover Image
By Sami Gülgöz (Editor), Basak Sahin-Acar (Editor)
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Autobiographical memory is constituted from the integration of several memory skills, as well as the ability to narrate. This all helps in understanding our relation to self, family contexts, culture, brain development, and traumatic experiences. The present volume discusses contemporary approaches to childhood memories and examines cutting-edge research on the development of autobiographical memory.

The chapters in this book written by a group of leading authors, each make a unique contribution by describing a specific developmental domain. In providing a multinational and multicultural perspective on autobiographical memory development--and by covering a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches, this state-of-the-book is essential reading on the autobiographical memory system for memory researchers and graduate students. It is also of interest to scholars and students working more broadly in the fields of cognitive, developmental, and social psychology, and to academics who are conducting interdisciplinary research on neuroscience, family relationships, narrative methods, culture, and oral history.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780367077853
ISBN-10: 036707785X
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: June 10th, 2020
Pages: 210
Language: English
Series: Current Issues in Memory