Cognitive Synthesis Test by Pamela Pressley Abraham Psy. D., Lisa Anne Okoniewski Ph.

Cognitive Synthesis Test by Pamela Pressley Abraham Psy. D., Lisa Anne Okoniewski Ph.

By Pamela Pressley Abraham Psy. D., Lisa Anne Okoniewski Ph. D., Mark Lehman Ph. D. (auth.)

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Booker, J. (1989). Intention, awareness, and implicit memory: The retrieval intentionality criterion. In S. Lewandowsky, J. Dunn, & K. ), Implicit memory: Theoretical issues (pp. 47–65). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. , & Kvavilashvili, L. (2006). A content analysis of involuntary autobiographical memories: Examining the positivity effect in old age. Memory, 14, 161–175. IMC02 6/2/07 11:59 AM Page 20 2 Involuntary Autobiographical Memories: Speculations, Findings, and an Attempt to Integrate Them Dorthe Berntsen And suddenly the memory returns.

Motivational theories Most of the theories considered in this group are rooted in, or inspired by, Freudian psychoanalysis. Freud considered spontaneous and uncontrollable aspects of mental life – such as the forgetting of proper names or foreign words (Freud, 1901/1960), dreams (1900/1953), or daydreaming (1908/1959) – as highly relevant data. A careful analysis of such spontaneous mental manifestations would yield insights into the unconscious mental life of the person in question. Memory images that arose spontaneously in psychotherapy were never irrelevant, according to Freud (Breuer & Freud, 1895/1955).

Berntsen (1996a, 2001) and Berntsen and Hall (2004) instructed their participants to classify the identified cues according to ten categories. 2. A relatively similar pattern is seen across the three studies. , election to the European Parliament). , a smell) and feeling states are infrequent. Berntsen (1996b) analyzed 73 cases triggered solely by sensory cues in a population of first-year psychology majors. She found that 43 percent were triggered by auditory cues (typically pieces of popular music), 21 percent were visual, 10 percent were tactile, 10 percent gustatory, 8 percent olfactory, 7 percent somatic, and 3 percent kinaesthetic.

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