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autobiographical memory

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    Memory and sense of self in individuals with autism

    Memory and sense of self may play more of a role in autism than we thought From: The Conversation The Conversation: In-depth analysis, research, news and ideas from leading academics and researchers. by Lorna Goddard, University of London It’s well-known that those with autism spectrum...
  2. Gorazd

    Autobiographical memory

    How well do you remember your childhood and other events from life? My childhood is almost blank (which is good, for me). I had problems with writing a biography in chronological order. (And the worst part of it, I had to write about emotions!) I do remember some facts, but I often don't...
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