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Title Autobiographical memory and the construction of a narrative self : developmental and cultural perspectives / edited by Robyn Fivush, Catherine A. Haden
Published Mahwah, N. J. : Lawrence Erlbaum, 2003


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Description xvi, 240 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Contents: R. Fivush, C.A. Haden, Introduction: Autobiographical Memory, Narrative, and Self. Part I: The Development of Autobiographical Memory and Self-Understanding. K. Nelson, Narrative and Self, Myth and Memory: Emergence of the Cultural Self. E. Reese, K. Farrant, Social Origins of Reminiscing. C.A. Haden, Joint Encoding and Joint Reminiscing: Implications for Young Children's Understanding and Remembering of Personal Experiences. Part II: Cross-Cultural Variation in Narrative Environments and Self-Construal. M.D. Leichtman, Q. Wang, D.B. Pillemer, Cultural Variations in Interdependence and Autobiographical Memory: Lessons From Korea, China, India, and the United States. H. Hayne, S. MacDonald, The Socialization of Autobiographical Memory in Children and Adults: The Roles of Culture and Gender. R.W. Schrauf, D.C. Rubin, On the Bilingual's Two Sets of Memories. Part III: The Construction of Gender and Identity Concepts in Developmental and Situational Contexts. R. Fivush, J.P. Buckner, Creating Gender and Identity Through Autobiographical Narratives. A. Thorne, K.C. McLean, Telling Traumatic Events in Adolescence: A Study of Master Narrative Positioning. D.P. McAdams, Identity and the Life Story. J. Bruner, Self-Making Narratives
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Autobiographical memory -- Social aspects.
Author Fivush, Robyn.
Haden, Catherine A.
LC no. 2002072668
ISBN 0805837566 hardback alkaline paper