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BF378.A87 R45 1999 : Remembering our past : studies in autobiographical memory / edited by David C. Rubin.
BF378.A87 R46 1994 : The remembering self : construction and accuracy in the self-narrative / edited by Ulric Neisser and Robyn Fivush.
BF378.A87 T45 1992 : Theoretical perspectives on autobiographical memory / edited by Martin A. Conway ... [and others].
BF378.E17 H69 2000 : The fate of early memories : developmental science and the retention of childhood experiences / Mark L. Howe.
BF378.E94 F74 2010 : Wrong : why experts* keep failing us--and how to know when not to trust them : *scientists, finance wizards, doctors, relationship gurus, celebrity CEOs, high-powered consultants, health officials, and more / David H. Freedman.
BF378.F55 A36 1992 : Affect and accuracy in recall : studies of "flashbulb" memories / edited by Eugene Winograd and Ulric Neisser.
BF385 .B87 1992 : The memory system : remember everything you need when you need it / by Bob Burg.
BF385 .F654 2011 : Moonwalking with Einstein : the art and science of remembering everything / Joshua Foer.
BF385 .H3 : Mnemotechny for the million ; or, How to remember chronology, necrology, latitude & longitude, heights, distances, specific gravities, &c., &c., on the basis of F. F. Gouraud. / By Edwin H. Hawley, A.M.
BF385 .L755 : The memory book / by Harry Lorayne and Jerry Lucas.
BF385 .M863 1984 : Total recall : how to boost your memory power / Joan Minninger.