The Search for Meaning: Internal States Language in Autobiographical Memory: A Special Issue of the Journal of Cognition and Development

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Robyn Fivush, Lynne Baker-Ward

Psychology Press
Published November 1, 2005
Reference - 152 Pages
ISBN 9780805894004 - CAT# ER8338

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Summary

The history of psychological research on human memory has largely focused on a search for accuracy. How does individual recall match an objective, external record of an event? But, equally fundamental is the search for meaning in memory. How do individuals strive to make sense of their worlds? This special issue of Journal of Cognition and Development leads the way in gathering a group of research studies that grapple with this question. The articles discuss how children make meaning of their real world emotional experiences, as well as how this process might differ as a function of age, gender, social context, and culture. This volume stimulates much needed research in this area by presenting theoretical frameworks, methodological tools, and intriguing findings.

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