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Autobiographical memory and the valildity of retrospective reports

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

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  • Autobiographical memory -- Congresses

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    StatementNorbert Schwarz, Seymour Sudman, editors.
    ContributionsSchwarz, Norbert, Dr. phil., Sudman, Seymour.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF378.A87 A884 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 360 p. :
    Number of Pages360
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1421573M
    ISBN 100387941673, 3540941673
    LC Control Number93031775


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Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports presents the collaborative efforts of cognitive psychologists and research methodologists in the area of autobiographical memory. The editors have included an esteemed group of researchers whose work covers a wide range of issues related to autobiographical memory and the validity of retrospective reports, reflecting the.

Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports: Medicine & Health Science Books @ This book, an indispensable and timely resource for researchers and students of cognitive psychology as well as to survey methodologists and statisticians, demonstrates the considerable progress made in understanding the cognitive dynamics of retrospective reports.

Books > Psychology. Autobiographical Memory And The Validity Of Retrospective. This book presents a careful theoretical framework to explain autobiographical memory as well as the most recent empirical findings on retrospective reports of behavior, event dating and time estimation, and comparisons of self and proxy reports.

Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Self-Reports How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and.

Contents: Norbert Schwarz, Seymour Sudman: Introduction and overview (); Part I. Perspectives on retrospective reports – William F. Brewer: Autobiographical memory and survey research (); Douglas J. Herrmann: The validity of retrospective reports as a function of the directness of retrieval processes (); Kurt by: Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports presents the collaborative efforts of cognitive psychologists and research methodologists in the area of autobiograph Verlage Impressum / AGB.

autobiographical memory, use of the past to make plans and decisions in the. present and for the future, has also received some attention. In sum, theoretical work in the AM literature supports three functions of. remembering the past: self, social, and : Susan Bluck.

Autobiographical memory relates to things we remember during the course of our lifetime. It can be divided up into lifetime periods, general events and event-specific knowledge.

All information contained within this type of memory relates to ourselves including knowledge of the kind of person we were. Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports presents the collaborative efforts of cognitive psychologists and research methodologists in the area of Memory error – Wikipedia Overview.

Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports presents the collaborative efforts of cognitive psychologists and research methodologists in the area of autobiographical memory. Abstract. Contents: Norbert Schwarz, Seymour Sudman: Introduction and overview (); Part I.

Perspectives on retrospective reports – William F. Brewer: Autobiographical memory and survey research (); Douglas J. Herrmann: The validity of retrospective reports as a function of the directness of retrieval processes (); Kurt W.

Verbal, retrospective self-reports have served as the tool to understanding human values, beliefs, attitudes, attributions, emotions, perceptions, thought, memory, personality, motives, and goals and as indicators of past and future by:   ().

The Structure of Autobiographical Memory and the Event History Calendar: Potential Improvements in the Quality of Retrospective Reports in Surveys. Memory: Vol. 6, Surveying Memory Processes. Guest Editors: Wright and Gaskell, pp. Cited by: Reuban, Karl-Heinz. Reconstructing Social hange through Retrospective Questions: Methodological Problems and Prospects.

_ Autobiographical Memory and the Valildity of Retrospective Reports, edited by Norbert Schwarz and Seymour Sudman. New File Size: KB. Autobiographical memory and the validity of retrospective reports (pp. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Affect and Memory in /' Retrospective Reports Mahzarin R. Batlaji and Curtis Hardin Retrospective reports have long served as the warhorses of experimenlal and nonexperimenlal psychologists, although in both classic and contemporary dis. Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports.

New York: Springer Verlag, pp. DAVID CANTOR Westat, Inc. This book is a compilation of papers presented at a conference concen-trating on one of the most common tasks on personal surveys-providing autobiographical information through retrospective recall.

Schwarz N, Sudman S. Autobiographical memory and the validity of retrospective reports. New York: Springer Verlag; Sirken M, Hermann D, Schechter S, Schwarz N, Tanur J, Tourangeau R. Cognition and survey by: 4. By Norbert Schwarz, Seymour Sudman, William F. Brewer, Douglas J.

Herrmann, Kurt W. Back, Michael Ross, Roger Buehler, Mahzarin R. Banaji, Curtis Hardin, Peter. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

eds., Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports. New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. – Miller, P. V., & Cannell, C Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports. New York: Springer-Verlag. Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports presents the collaborative efforts of cognitive psychologists and research methodologists in the area of autobiographical memory.

The editors have included an esteemed group of researchers whose work covers a wide range of. With Seymour Sudman he wrote Context Effects in Social and Psychological Research (), Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports ().

Validity was assessed by means of comparisons with contemporaneous, prospectively obtained, court or clinic or research records; by agreement between retrospective reports of two siblings; and by the examination of possible bias with respect to differences between retrospective and prospective reports in their correlates and by: The Dynamics of Autobiographical Memory Using the LIM | Lifeline Interview Method 1st Edition.

this book provides a completely new perspective on the dynamics of both retrospective and prospective memory. What is recalled, how it is evaluated, and the relationships between gender, age, and memory over the course of life are reported, as is Author: Assink Marian.

know about the cognitive and communicative processes underlying retrospective self-reports. It draws on research at the interface of autobiographical memory, judgment and research methodology and highlights the numerous sources of bias that threaten the validity of retrospective reports (for comprehensive reviews see Schwarz & Sudman,Cited by: Autobiographical memory is a memory system consisting of episodes recollected from an individual's life, based on a combination of episodic (personal experiences and specific objects, people and events experienced at particular time and place) and semantic (general knowledge and facts about the world) memory.

The term autobiographical memory refers to our memory for specific episodes, episodic memory, and to our conceptual, generic, and schematic knowledge of our lives, autobiographical knowledge. Typically these two types of long-term memory representation are brought together in an act of remembering where they form a specific memory.

The effects of accessibility of information in memory on judgments of behavioral frequencies. Journal of Consumer Research Judgments of behavioral frequencies: Memory search and retrieval strategies.

In Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports, N. Schwarz and S. Sudman, eds. New York: Springer-Verlag. Research to date has paid remarkably little heed to gender differences in autobiographical memory. To redress this, the author examined memory for childhood events in adult men and women remembering back to childhood, and in children themselves.

Five studies were conducted, and results revealed that females consistently recalled more childhood memories than males did and were generally faster Cited by: Citation: "Generations and Collective Memories in Lithuania" by H.

Schuman, C. Rieger, and V. Guidys, In N. Schwarz & S. Sudman (eds.), Autobiographical Memory and Cited by: 6. Reliability and Validity of Retrospective Behavioral Self-Report By Narcotics Addicts M.

Douglas Anglin, Yih-Ing Hser, and Chih-Ping Chou Evaluation Review 1, Cited by:   The validity of retrospective reports as a function of the directness of retrieval processes.

In: Schwartz, N, Sudman, S eds. Autobiographical memory and the validity of retrospective reports. New York: Springer, 21 – Cited by: 2.

Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports presents the collaborative efforts of cognitive psychologists and research methodologists in the area of autobiographical memory.

The editors have included an esteemed group of rese. “The Structure of Autobiographical Memory and the Event History Calendar: Potential Improvements in the Quality of Retrospective Reports in Surveys” Memory.

; – Brewer WF. “Autobiographical Memory and Survey Research.” In: Schwarz N, Sudman S, editors. Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective by:   Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports presents the collaborative efforts of cognitive psychologists and research methodologists in the area of autobiographical memory.

The editors have included an esteemed group of researchers whose work covers a wide range of Author: Joseph G. Weis. Author of A comparision of alternative procedures for collecting consumer expenditure data for frequently purchased products, Simplified Bayesian analysis of the value of information in the marketing of new products, Efficient screening methods for the sampling of special populations, Autobiographical memory and the valildity of retrospective reports, Thinking about answers, Reducing the cost Written works: Asking Questions: A Practical Guide to Questionnaire Design.

Social psychological research includes the measurement of a wide range of phenomena, from person perception and stereotyping to political attitudes and consumer preferences, and from perceptions of social change to well-being and social support.

Social psychology’s key contribution to measurement. In psychological research, respondents often make retrospective ratings of their emotional experiences after an extended period of time. The present study sought to determine whether such memory-based ratings are influenced by respondents' descriptions of their own emotionality, over and above a summary of their momentary emotion ratings.

Autobiographical memory is a major form of human memory. it is the basis of most psycotherapies, an important repository of legal, historical, and literary information, and, in some views, the source of the concept of self.

When it fails, it is the focus of serious complaints in many neurological disorders. This timely book brings together and integrates the best contemporary work on the 1/5(1). Ideally, though, the validity of retrospective self-reports of childhood abuse should be established by comparison with childhood disclosures or social services’ records of corroborated abuse.

Episodic and semantic remote autobiographical memory in ageing, Cited by:. The results of this study provided a conceptual replication of this classic memory phenomenon in the context of autobiographical memory: encoding specificity Marian and Neisser () conducted a study in which Russian immigrants to the United States were given autobiographical memory interviews.A Reappraisal of Retrospective Reports Chris R.

Brewin, Bernice Andrews, and Ian H. Gotlib low reliability and validity of autobiographical memory in general, the presence of general mem-ory impairment associated with psychopathology, and the presence of specific mood-congruent patient's memory is reasonably accurate.

More generally, theCited by: Errors of experience: Response errors in reports about child support and their implications for questionnaire design.

In Autobiographical Memory and the Validity of Retrospective Reports, N. Schwarz and S. Sudman, eds. New York: Springer-Verlag.

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