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James Ost, Robert A. Nash
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction- Robert Nash and James Ost 2. (Mis)remembering Negative Emotional Experiences- Jacinta Oulton and Melanie K. T. Takarangi 3. When Children are the Worst and Best Eyewitnesses- Henry Otgaar, Mark L. Howe, Nathalie Brackmann & Jianqin Wang 4. Photos and Memory- Kimberley A. Wade, Sophie J. Nightingale & Melissa F. Colloff 5. The Past is a Social Construction- Hartmut Blank, Eva Walther & Simon D. Isemann 6. Forced Fabrication and False Eyewitness Memories- Maria S. Zaragoza, Patrick Rich, Eric Rindal and Rachel DeFranco 7. Stories and Movies can Mislead- Elizabeth J. Marsh and Hillary G. Mullet 8. Cognitive Fluency and False Memories- Eryn J. Newman 9. Nonbelieved Memories- Alan Scoboria, Giuliana Mazzoni and Chantal Boucher 10. The Positive Side of Memory Illusions- Mark L. Howe, Emma Threadgold, Samantha Wilkinson, Sarah R. Garner and Linden J. Ball 11. False Memories Matter- Cara Laney and Elizabeth F. Loftus 12. Concluding Remarks- James Ost and Robert A. Nash
Robert A. Nash is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Aston University, UK. James Ost is a Reader in Applied Cognitive Psychology at the University of Portsmouth, UK