Martin A Conway
Affiliation: University of Leeds
- Disordered memory awareness: recollective confabulation in two cases of persistent déjà vecuChristopher J A Moulin
The Research Institute for the Care of the Elderly, St Martin s Hospital, UK
Neuropsychologia 43:1362-78. 2005....
- First words and first memoriesCatriona M Morrison
Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, England, United Kingdom
Cognition 116:23-32. 2010..The implications of this for understanding childhood amnesia and for theories of the development of autobiographical memory are considered...
- Episodic memoriesMartin A Conway
The Leeds Memory Group, Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds, England, United Kingdom
Neuropsychologia 47:2305-13. 2009..Finally, it is suggested that developmentally episodic memories form the basis of the conceptual system and it is from sets of episodic memories that early non-verbal conceptual knowledge is abstracted...
- Reconsidering therapeutic action: Loewald, cognitive neuroscience and the integration of memory's dualityJefferson A Singer
Department of Psychology, Connecticut College, New London, CT 06320, USA
Int J Psychoanal 92:1183-207. 2011..We highlight the power of certain integrative autobiographical memories called 'self-defining memories' in assisting an understanding of transference dynamics and providing metaphoric touchstones to guide subsequent treatment...
- Autobiographical memory and amnesia: using conceptual knowledge to ground the selfClare J Rathbone
Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK
Neurocase 15:405-18. 2009..These results are discussed with relation to current neuropsychological models of self and memory...
- The self and dreams during a period of transitionCaroline L Horton
Psychology, Faculty of Health, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, UK
Conscious Cogn 18:710-7. 2009..We suggest that these data reflect a period of self-consolidation in which new experiences and self images are incorporated into autobiographical memory knowledge structures representing personal goals during sleep...
- Self-centered memories: the reminiscence bump and the selfClare J Rathbone
Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds, England
Mem Cognit 36:1403-14. 2008..This study offers a new methodology for academics and clinicians interested in the relationship between memory and identity...
- Images and goalsMartin A Conway
University of Durham, Department of Psychology, Science Laboratories, South Road, Durham DH1 3LE, UK
Memory 12:525-31. 2004..Conversely generating new images might lead to the formation of new goals. These ideas are applied to the findings of the papers in this special issue of Memory and to several new case studies...
- Psychosocial stages and the accessibility of autobiographical memories across the life cycleMartin A Conway
Department of Psychology, University of Durham, England
J Pers 72:461-80. 2004..These findings demonstrate that the goals of the self play a major role in both the encoding and accessibility of autobiographical memories, and they also provide support for Erikson's psychosocial theory of development (1950, 1997)...
- Overgeneral autobiographical memory in Parkinson's diseaseSarah J Smith
Leeds Memory Group, Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, UK
Cortex 46:787-93. 2010..The difficulty in recalling autobiographical events was characterized by overgenerality, with PD patients failing to generate specific episodic memories...
- Rehearsal strategy use in Alzheimer's diseaseCeline Souchay
Leeds Memory Group, Institute of Psychological Sciences, Universityof Leeds, Leeds, UK
Cogn Neuropsychol 25:783-97. 2008..We hypothesize that this failure to rehearse could be based on the inability to use effortful executive mechanisms involved during study...
- Remembering and imagining: the role of the selfClare J Rathbone
Department of Psychology, University of Reading, England, UK
Conscious Cogn 20:1175-82. 2011..We suggest that life narrative structures are used to organise future events as well as memories...
- Commentary: cognitive-affective mechanisms and processes in autobiographical memoryMartin A Conway
Department of Psychology, University of Durham, UK
Memory 11:217-24. 2003..Emphasis is placed on future research into the function of autobiographical memory in representations of attachment...
- Disruption of inhibitory control of memory following lesions to the frontal and temporal lobesMartin A Conway
Department of Psychology, Science Laboratories, University of Durham, England
Cortex 39:667-86. 2003..These findings are explained in terms of impairment to executive thought avoidance control processes in frontal patients and impaired knowledge access to long-term memory in temporal patients...
- Assessing the inhibitory account of retrieval-induced forgetting with implicit-memory testsTimothy J Perfect
Department of Psychology, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, United Kingdom
J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 28:1111-9. 2002..Thus, retrieval-induced-forgetting effects are limited to tests of conceptual memory...
- Neurophysiological correlates of memory for experienced and imagined eventsMartin A Conway
Department of Psychology, University of Durham, South Road, Durham DH1 3LE, UK
Neuropsychologia 41:334-40. 2003....