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Remembering and Forgetting Early Childhood

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This book brings together the scholarship that contributes diverse new perspectives on childhood amnesia - the scarcity of memories for very early life events. The topics of the studies reported in the book range from memories of infants and young children for recent and distant life events, to mother-child conversations about memories for extended lifetime periods, and to retrospective recollections of early childhood in adolescents and adults. The methodological approaches are diverse and theoretical insights rich. The findings together show that childhood amnesia is a complex and malleable phenomenon and that the waning of childhood amnesia and the development of autobiographical memory are shaped by a variety of interactive social and cognitive factors. This book will facilitate discussion and deepen an understanding of the dynamics that influence the accessibility, content, accuracy, and phenomenological qualities of memories from early childhood. This book was originally published as a special issue of Memory.
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Qi Wang is Professor of Human Development at Cornell University. Her research examines individual and cultural mechanisms underlying autobiographical memory. She is the author of The Autobiographical Self in Time and Culture. Sami Gulgoez is Professor of Psychology at Koc University. His past work includes topics varying from text processing to personality. In the last decade, he has concentrated on memory in everyday life, primarily autobiographical memory.


Introduction: New perspectives on childhood amnesia Qi Wang & Sami Gulgoez 1. Manipulating the reported age in earliest memories Ineke Wessel, Theresa Schweig & Rafaele J. C. Huntjens 2. Looking at the past through a telescope: adults postdated their earliest childhood memories Qi Wang, Carole Peterson, Angel Khuu, Carissa P. Reid, Kayleigh L. Maxwell & Julia M. Vincent 3. Consistency of adults' earliest memories across two years Berivan Ece, Burcu Demiray & Sami Gulgoez 4. Thirty-five-month-old children have spontaneous memories despite change of context for retrieval Trine Sonne, Osman S. Kingo, Dorthe Berntsen & Peter Krojgaard 5. What happened in kindergarten? Mother-child conversations about life story chapters Michelle D. Leichtman, Kristina L. Steiner, Kaitlin A. Camilleri, David B. Pillemer & Dorthe Kirkegaard Thomsen 6. Predictors of age-related and individual variability in autobiographical memory in childhood Patricia J. Bauer & Marina Larkina 7. Origins of adolescents' earliest memories Elaine Reese & Sarah-Jane Robertson 8. Recollection improves with age: children's and adults' accounts of their childhood experiences Karen Tustin & Harlene Hayne 9. The relationship between sociocultural factors and autobiographical memories from childhood: the role of formal schooling Manuel L. de la Mata, Andres Santamaria, Eva M Trigo, Mercedes Cubero, Samuel Arias-Sanchez, Radka Antalikova, Tia G.B. Hansen & Marcia L. Ruiz 10. Unravelling the nature of early (autobiographical) memory Mark L. Howe