Memory for Everyday and Emotional Events

Nancy L. Stein

The character of reminiscence for on a regular basis occasions, and the contexts that may have an effect on it, are controversial matters being investigated by researchers in cognitive, social, medical, and developmental/lifespan psychology at present. This e-book brings many of those researchers collectively in an try to unpack the contextual and processing variables that play an element in on a regular basis reminiscence, significantly for emotion-laden occasions. They talk about the psychological constructions and processes that function within the formation of reminiscence representations and their later retrieval and interpretation.