The Mental representation of trait and autobiographical knowledge about the self / edited by Thomas K. Srull, Robert S. Wyer Jr. ; lead article by Stanley B. Klein and Judith Loftus
- The mental representation of trait and autobiographical knowledge about the self / Thomas K. Srull, Robert S. Wyer Jr. -- Does "perplexing" describe the self-reference effect? Yes! / Frances S. Bellezza -- Response times, retrieval strategies, and the investigation of autobiographical memory / Norman R. Brown -- An exemplar model can explain Klein and Loftus' results / Janice M. Keenan -- What does the self look like? / John F. Kihlstrom -- The "social self" component of trait knowledge about the self / Charles G. Lord -- Knowledge of the self: is it special? / Ruth H. Maki, Angela K. Carlson -- Developing self-knowledge from autobiographical memory / Katherine Nelson -- Diverse ways of accessing self-knowledge: comment on Klein and Loftus / David J. Schneider, Henry L. Roediger, and Mustaq Khan -- In defense of behavior-level accessing and use of self-knowledge / Constantine Sedikides -- Self-knowledge of an amnesic individual is represented abstractly / Endel Tulving -- Exploring the nature and implications of functional independence: do mental representations of the self become independent of their bases? / Jaquie D. Vorauer, Michael Ross -- Some lingering self-doubts: reply to commentaries / Stanley B. Klein, Judith Loftus.
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