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The organization and structure of autobiographical memory$
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John Mace

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198784845

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198784845.001.0001

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The Self-Memory System Revisited

The Self-Memory System Revisited

Past, Present, and Future

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The organization and structure of autobiographical memory

Martin A. Conway

Lucy V. Justice

Arnaud D’Argembeau

Oxford University Press

The self-memory system model of autobiographical memory has been highly influential in providing a framework in which to locate a wide range of research findings from neuropsychology, psychological illness, behavioral findings, to attachment and personality research. Here the authors update the model and clarify some common misunderstandings. They review the extensive and relatively recent findings from neuroimaging studies that have provided a striking brain basis for the model, update neuropsychological findings, and develop the model to apply to future thinking. Finally, they delineate a small set of fundamental problems suggested by these developments of the model.

Keywords:   retrieval, knowledge representation, memory and consciousness, amnesia, dementia, goals, future thinking

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