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Notes on Editors and Contributors.
1: Everyday Memory.
2: Memory for People: Integration of Face, Voice, Name, and Biographical Information.
3: Memory for Pictures and Actions.
4: Prospective Memory and Aging: When it Becomes Difficult and What You Can Do about it.
5: Memory Source Monitoring Applied.
6: Spatial Memory: From Theory to Application.
7: Working Memory Beyond the Laboratory.
8: False Memory.
10: Memory and Emotion.
11: Effects of Environmental Context on Human Memory.
12: The Testing Effect.
13: Breakdowns in Everyday Memory Functioning Following Moderate-to-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
14: Social and Individual Differences in Memory.
15: Sociocultural and Functional Approaches to Autobiographical Memory.
16: What Everyone Knows about Aging and Remembering Ain’t Necessarily So.
17: The Effects of Self-Reference on Memory: A Conceptual and Methodological Review of Inferences Warranted by the Self-Reference Effect.
18: Putting the Social Back Into Human Memory.
19: When I Think of You: Memory for Persons and Groups.
20: Memory, Attitudes, and Persuasion.
21: Consumer Memory Dynamics: Effects of Branding and Advertising on Formation, Stability, and Use of Consumer Memory.
22: What Do Lay People Believe about Memory?.
23: Autobiographical Memory Dynamics in Survey Research.
24: Individual Differences in Remembering.
25: Experts’ Superior Memory: From Accumulation of Chunks to Building Memory Skills that Mediate Improved Performance and Learning.
26: Subjective Experience of Memory.
27: Memory Complaints in Adulthood and Old Age.
28: Understanding People’s Metacognitive Judgments: An Isomechanism Framework and Its Implications for Applied and Theoretical Research.
29: Metacognitive Control of Study.
30: Metacognitive Control of Memory Reporting.
31: Involuntary Autobiographical Memories in Daily Life and in Clinical Disorders.
32: Epistemic Feelings and Memory.
33: Eyewitness Memory.
34: Eyewitness Recall: An Overview of Estimator-Based Research.
35: Interviewing Witnesses.
36: Estimating the Reliability of Eyewitness Identification.
37: System-Based Research on Eyewitness Identification.
38: Social Influences on Eyewitness Memory.
39: Young Children’s Eyewitness Memory.
40: The Older Eyewitness.
41: Eliciting Verbal and Nonverbal Cues to Deceit by Outsmarting the Liars.