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Jefferson A. Singer, Ph.D.
Connecticut College

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[PDF]    Aguilar-Córcoles, M., Navarro-Bravo, B., Esparcia-Moreno, M., Latorre-Postigo, J., & Ricarte-Trives, J.                           (2023). Phenomenological variables of autobiographical memory narratives associated with healthy                           habits in children. Annals of Psychology, 39(1), 145-152.

[PDF]    Biondolillo, M. J., Curry, D. C., Savar, K., & Epstein, L. H. (2023). Back to the future: Self-defining                                 memory recall amplifies effects of episodic future thinking on delay discounting. Motivation and                                 Emotion, 47, 679-690.

[PDF]    Blagov, P. S., Singer, J. A., Oost, K. M., Bergey, A., Dolence, X. A., Duvall, A. M., Hermann, B., Kantor,                           R. E., Liponis, O., O'Neal, K., Rubino, M., Storm, E., Yu, M., & Goodman, J. A. (2023). Expression                           and detection of triarchic psychopathy traits in the self-defining memories of U.S. undergraduates.                             Personality and Individual Differences, 214.

[PDF]    Bulteau, S., Malo, R., Holland, Z., Laurin, A., & Sauvaget, A. (2023). The update of self-identity:                                       Importance of assessing autobiographical memory in major depressive disorder. WIREs Cognitive        
                     Science, 14(3).

​[PDF]    Cook, O. K., Coffman, J. L., & Ornstein, P. A. (2023). The development of children's autobiographical and                       deliberate memory through mother-child reminiscing. Journal of Cognition and Development. 

[PDF]    D'Argembeau, A. & Jimenez, C. G. (2023). Effects of past and future autobiographical thinking on the                               working self-concept. Memory. 

[PDF]    Degouis, F., Pham, T., Saloppé, X., Gandolphe, M., Lavallée, A., Ott, L., Darsonville, A., & Nandrino, J.                           (2023). How do people with antisocial personality disorder with or without psychopathic personality                           disorder activate and regulate emotions? Neurovegetative responses during an autobiographical task. 
                     Journal of Experimental Psychology, 14(4), 1-15.

[PDF]    Duff, N., Salmon, K., & Macaskill, A. (2023). An experimental approach: Investigating the directive                                 function of autobiographical memory. Memory & Cognition. 

[PDF]    Fritsch, A., Voltzenlogel, V., & Cuervo-Lombard, C. (2023). Exploring characteristics of self-defining                               memories in older adults. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development. 

[PDF]    Fritsch, A., Voltzenlogel, V., & Cuervo-Lombard, C. (2023). Self-defining future projections throughout      
                     adulthood. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 42(4).                 

[PDF]    Järdmo, C., Eriksson, P. L., Malm, I., McLean, K. C., & Frisén, A. (2023). Creating something new from 
                     past experiences-The meaning of change in repeated narratives. Journal of Personality.

[PDF]    Kangaslampi, S. (2023) Earliest versus other autobiographical memories of school-age children. Current 

[PDF]    King, M. J., Courtenay, K., Christensen, B. K., Benjamin, A. S., & Girard, T. A. (2023). Lower memory 
                       specificity in individuals with dysphoria is not specific to autobiographical memory. Journal of 
                      Affective Disorders325, 542-549.

[PDF]    Lau-Zhu, A., Williams, F., & Steel, C. (2023). Attachment patterns and autobiographical episodic memory 
                      functioning: A systemic review of adult studies to advance clinical psychological science. Clinical 
                      Psychology Review, 101, 102254.

[PDF]    Martino, M. L., Lemmo, D., Moylan, J., Stevenson, C., Bonalume, L., Freda, M. F., & Singer, J. A. (2023). 
                     The role and function of autobiographical memory narratives during the emotional processing of breast 
                     cancer treatment: An empirically-derived memory coding system. International Journal of 
                     Environmental Research and Public Health, 20(2), 1492. htts://

[PDF]    Moulin, C. J. A., Singer, J., Barnier, A., Loveday, C. (2023). Martin Conway (1952-2022). Journal of                                 Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 12(2), 305-306. 

[PDF]    Opriș, A. M., Visu-Petra, L., & Brown, N. R. (2023). Living in history and by the cultural life script: What                       events modulate autobiographical memory organization in a sample of older adults from Romania?                             Memory Studies, 16(4), 912-927.

[PDF]    Rubin, D. C. & Bell, C. F. (2023). Using shame to extend Martin Conway's self-memory system. Memory,                       1-12.

[PDF]    Schacter, D. L., Greene, C. M., & Murphy, G. (2023). Bias and constructive processes in a self-memory                             system. Memory, 1-10.

[PDF]    Shepardson, S., Dahlgren, K., & Hamann, S. (2023). Neural correlates of autobiographical memory                                   retrieval: An SDM neuroimaging analysis. Cortex, 166, 59-79.                                                                             

[PDF]    Watarai, M., Hagiwara, K., Mochizuki, Y., Chen, C., Mizumoto, T., Kawashima, C., Koga, T., Okabe, E., &                       Nakagawa, S. (2023). Toward a computational understanding of how reminiscing about positive                                 autobiographical memories influences decision-making under risk. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral                       Neuroscience. 


[PDF]    Bluck, S., Mroz, E. L., Cogdill-Richardson, K., McDarby, M., & Carpenter, B. (2022). Even the good life 
                       has an ending: Virtue in the face of finitude. Journal of Research in Personality99, e104238. 

[PDF]    Booker, J. A. (2022). Healthy ways of relating to past, present, and future self: Narrated growth and self-
                       compassion with well-being and future orientation. Journal of Research in Personality100,            

[Link]    Brown N. R. (2022). Autobiographical memory and the self: A transition theory perspective. 
                       WIREs Cognitive Science13(6), e1621.

[PDF]    Company-Fernández, A., Taracón, P., Cruz, A. R., Griffith, J. W., Ricarte, J. J., & Barry, T. (2022).                                      Indicators of criminal justification of repentance in a qualitative analysis of inmates autobiographical                          criminal self-narratives. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 37(3-4), 1811-1834.                                                   

[PDF]    Cuervo-Lombard, C., Raucher-Chéné D., Van der Linden, M., & Voltzenlogel, V. (2022).
                       Characteristics of self-defining memories in middle-aged and older adults. Current Aging Science,                             14, 39-45.

[PDF]    Dawes, A. J., Keogh, R., Robuck, S., & Pearson, J. (2022). Memories with a blind mind: Remembering the                         past and imagining the future with aphantasia. Cognition227, e105192.    

[PDF]    Degouis, F., Saloppé, X., Gandolphe, M., Nandrino, J., & Pham, T. H. (2022). Importance de la mémoire                             autobiographique chez les patients antisociaux. Annales Médico-Psychologiques Revue              
                       Psychiatrique180(3), 269-271.

[PDF]    Delvaux, V., Lavallée, A., Degouis, F., Saloppé, X., Pham, T., & Nandrino, J. (2022). Telling self-defining                           memories: An acoustic study of natural emotional speech productions. Interspeech, 1337-1341. 

[PDF]    Dunlop, W. L. (2022). The cycle of life and story: Redemptive autobiographical narratives and prosocial 
                       behaviors. Current Opinion in Psychology43, 213-218.

[PDF]    Dunlop, W. L., Westberg, D. W., Lee, D., & Harake, N. R. (2022). On rhetoric and ratings: II. Requesting 
                       redemptive stories and continuous ratings. Journal of Research in Personality99, e104258. 

[PDF]    El Haj, M., Janssen, S. M. J., Lenoble, Q., Robin, F., & Gallouj, K. (2022). The eyes of the past: Larger 
                       pupil size for autobiographical memories retrieved from field perspective. Neurological Sciences
                       43(1), 661–666.

[PDF]    El Haj, M., Lenoble, Q. & Moustafa, A.A. (2022). The pupil and myself: Pupil dilation during retrieval of 
                       self-defining memories. Neurological Science, 43, 5259–5265.

[PDF]    Gayler, T., Sas, C., & Kalnikaite, V. (2022). “It took me back 25 years in one bound”: Self-generated flavor-
                       based cues for self-defining memories in later life. Human–Computer Interaction, 37(1), 1-42. 

[PDF]    Grilli, M. D., & Sheldon, S. (2022). Autobiographical event memory and aging: Older adults get the gist.                             Trends in Cognitive Sciences26(12), 1079-1089.

[Link]    Gupta, K., Chan, S. W. T., Yun, S. P., Strachan, N., Su, J., Sumich, A., Nanayakkara S., & Billinghurst, M. 
                       (2022). Total VREcall: Using biosignals to recognize emotional autobiographical memory in virtual 
                       reality. ACM Journal6(2), 1-21.

[PDF]    Hans J. Markowitsch, H. J., & Staniloiu, A. (2022). The importance of a synchrony between emotion and 
                       memory- cases with dissociative amnesia. Psychological Applications and Trends47-51. 

[PDF]    Hashimoto, J., Kanayama, N., Miyatani, M., , & Nakao, T. (2022). The mood repair effect of positive 
                       involuntary autobiographical memory among Japanese adults: An experimental study. SAGE Journal

[PDF]    Heersmink, R. (2022). Preserving narrative identity for dementia patients: Embodiment, active 
                       environments, and distributed memory. Neuroethics15(8).

[PDF]    Herold, J. C., Lasser, M. M., &Schroder, J. (2022) Autobiograohical memory impairment in chronic 
                       schizophrenia: Significance and clinical correlates. Journal of Neuropsychology16(3).  

[PDF]    Heux, L., Rathbone, C., Gensburger, S., Clifford, R., & Souchay, C. (2022). Collective memory and 
                       autobiographical memory: Perspectives from the humanities and cognitive sciences. WIREs      
                       Cognitive Science, e1635. https/doi/org/10.1002/wcs.1635

[PDF]    Hitchcock, C., Rudokaite, J., Haag, C., Patel, S. D., Smith, A. J., Kuhn, I., Jermann, F., Ma, S. H., Kuyken, 
                       W., Williams, J. M., Watkins, E., Bockting, C. L. H., Crane, C., Fisher, D., & Dalgleish, T. (2022). 
                       Autobiographical memory style and clinical outcomes following mindfulness-based cognitive therapy 
                       (MBCT): An individual patient data meta-analysis. Behaviour Research and Therapy15(1) e104048. 

[PDF]    Hutmacher, F., & Morgenroth, K. (2022). The beginning of the life story: The meaning of the earliest 
                       autobiographical memory from an adult perspective. Applied Cognitive Psychology36(3), 612– 

[PDF]    John, J. E., Vierra, K. D., & Robnett, R. D. (2022). “I have cried in almost all of my math classes.” 
                       Relations between math self-concept, gender, and narrative appraisals of past low points in math. 
                       Contemporary Educational Psychology70, e102094. https://10.1016/j.cedpsych.2022.102094

[PDF]    Kaiser, A. P., & Berntsen, D. (2022). The cognitive characteristics of music-evoked autobiographical 
                      memories: Evidence from a systematic review of clinical investigations. WIREs Cognitive Science
                      13(6) e1627.

[PDF]    Lavallee, A., Pham T. H., Gandolphe M. C., Saloppé, X., Ott, L., & Nandrino, J. L. (2022) Monitoring the 
                       emotional facial reactions of individuals with antisocial personality disorder during the retrieval of                             self-defining memories. PLOS ONE17(6) e0268818.

[Link]    Martins-Klein, B., Orlovsky, I., & Heideman K. (2022). Remembering past challenges to feel better today: 
                       Role of neural dedifferentiation and autobiographical integration in late-life reappraisal. Aging, 
                       Neuropsychology, and Cognition29(3), 367-374. 

[PDF]    Masumoto, K., Sato, K., Harada, K., Yamamoto, K., & Shiozaki, M. (2022). Emotional valence of self-
                       defining memories in older adults: A longitudinal study. Consciousness and Cognition106, e103431. 

[PDF]    Matsumoto, N., (2022). Structure of autobiographical memory and measurement tasks. Cognitive 
                       Psychology Research19(2) 39-57.

[PDF]    Nourkova, V. V. (2022). Negative memories can boost positive moods beyond memory incongruence   
                       effect. Europe’s Journal of Psychology18,

[PDF]    Nourkova, V., & Gofman, A. (2022). Everyday heroes: Graphical life stories and self-defining memories  
                       in COVID-19 medical volunteers. Journal of Personality,

[PDF]    Nourkova V.V. (2022). Self-defining memories in the system of self-memory interfunctional relationships.
                       Cultural-Historical Psychology, 18(1) 79-89. 

[PDF]    Nusser L, Zimprich D, & Wolf T. (2022). Themes of trust, identity, intimacy, and generativity in important 
                       autobiographical memories: Associations with life periods and life satisfaction. Journal of        
                       Personality. PMID: 36256457.

[PDF]    Opriș, A. M., Visu-Petra, L., & Brown, N. R. (2022). Living in history and by the cultural life script: What  
                       events modulate autobiographical memory organization in a sample of older adults from Romania?                             Memory Studies0(0).

[PDF]    Sawczak, C., McAndrews, M. P., O'Connor, B. B., Fowler, Z., & Moscovitch, M. (2022). I remember 
                       therefore I am: Episodic memory retrieval and self-reported trait empathy judgments in young and 
                       older adults and individuals with medial temporal lobe excisions. Cognition, 225, e105124.                  

[Link]    Stavropoulos, A., Brockman, R., & Berle, D. (2022). The application of imagery rescripting to intrusive 
                       autobiographical memories in depression. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, 15, e47. 

[PDF]    Teghil, A., Bonavita, A., Procida, F., Giove, F., & Boccia, M. (2022). Temporal organization of episodic 
                       and connectivity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience19(1) 1-19    

[PDF]​    Wank, A. A., Robertson, A., Thayer, S. C., Verfaellie, M., Rapcsak, S. Z., & Grilli, M. D. (2022). 
                       Autobiographical memory unknown: Pervasive autobiographical memory loss encompassing 
                       personality trait knowledge in an individual with medial temporal lobe amnesia. Cortex, 147, 41-57

[PDF]    Wantzen, P., Boursette, A., Zante, E., Mioche, J., Eustache, F., Guénolé, F., Baleyte, J.-M., &
                       Guillery-Girard, B. (2021). Autobiographical memory and social identity in autism: Preliminary
                       results of social positioning and cognitive intervention. Frontiers in Psychology12, e641765.

[PDF]    Westby, C. (2022). Nature and effects of autobiographical memory issues in persons with autism spectrum 
                       disorders. Neuropsychatric Disease and Treatment, 18, 2279-2293. 

[PDF]    Williams, S.E., Ford, J.H. & Kensinger, E.A. (2022). The power of negative and positive episodic 
                       memories. Cognitive Affect Behavior Neuroscience, 22, 869–903.

[PDF]    Wolf, T., & Nusser, L. (2022). Maintaining intimacy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Applied Cognitive 
                       Psychology, 1– 8.

[Link]    Wright, A. C., Moody, E., Browne, J., & Cather, C. (2022). Self-defining memories among persons with 
                       mental health, substance use, cognitive, and physical health conditions: A systematic review.                                        Memory29(10), 1-22.

[Link]    Yeung, R. C., Stastna, M., & Fernandes, M. A. (2022). Understanding autobiographical memory content 
                       using computational text analysis. Memory30(10), 1267-1287. 
                       2022. 2104317

[PDF]    Zimprich, D., & Nusser, L. (2022). Output order effects in autobiographical memory in old age: Further 
                      evidence for an emotional organisation. Memory Cognition,

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[PDF]    Alle, A., Berna, F., Danion, J., & Bernsten, D. (2021). Unraveling the role of retrieval deficits in 
                         autobiographical memory impairment in schizophrenia: A comparison of involuntary and voluntary                          autobiographical memories. Schizophrenia Research, 228, 89-96.  

[PDF]    Aydin, C., & Buyukcan-Tetik, A. (2021). Remembering the romantic past: Autobiographical memory 
                         functions and romantic relationship quality. PLOS ONE, 16(5). e0251004         

[PDF]    Bendstrup, G., Simonsen, E., Kongerslev, M., Jorgensen, M., Petersen, L., Thomsen, M., & Vestergaard, M.
                         (2021). Narrative coherence of autobiographical memories in women with borderline personality                               disorder and associations with childhood adversity. Research Square, (1), 1-18.      

[PDF]    Dings, R., & Newen, A. (2021). Constructing the past: The relevance of the narrative self in modulating 
                         episodic memory. Review of Philosophy and Psychology12(4), 

[PDF]    El Haj, M., Glachet, O., Moustafa, A.A. & Gallouj, K. (2021). The smell of my self: Odor exposure 
                         increases the number of self-defining memories in Alzheimer’s disease. Current Psychology, 16(1)    

[Link]    Fang, J., & Dong, Y. (2021). Autobiographical memory disturbance in depression. Psychology, Health & 
                         Medicine26, 1-9. https://doi:10.1080/13548506.2021.1916954

[PDF]    Gandolphe, M., Nandrino, J., Hendrickx, M., Willem, C., Cottencin, O., Gérardin, P., et al. (2021). 
                         Specificity and wealth of autobiographical memories in restrictive and mixed anorexic patients. 
                         PloS One16(9), e0256959. http://doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0256959

[PDF]    Gehrt, T. B., Nielsen, N. P., Hoyle, R. H., Rubin, D. C., & Berntsen, D. (2021). Individual differences in 
                         autobiographical memory: The autobiographical recollection test predicts ratings of specific     
                         memories across cueing conditions. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition10(4)

[PDF]    Gilmorea, A., Quacha, A., Kalinowskia, S., González-Arayaa, E., Gottsa, S., Schacterb, D., & Martin, A.                               (2021). Evidence supporting a time-limited hippocampal role in retrieving autobiographical                                         memories. Proceedings of the Nation Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 
                         18(12), 1-12.

[Link]    Glachet, O., & Hadj, M. (2021). Odor is more effective than a visual cue or a verbal cue for the recovery                               of autobiographical memories in AD. Journal of Clinical and Experimental 
                         Neuropsychology, 43(2), 129-143.

[Link]    Hou, Y., Pan, X., Cao, X., & Wang, Q. (2021). Remembering online and offline: The effects of retrieval                                 contexts, cues, and intervals on autobiographical memory. Memory29 1-9. 

[PDF]    Ismail, S., Dodd, E., Christopher, G., Wildschut, T., Sedikides, C., & Cheston, R. (2021). The content of 
                         nostalgic memories among people living with dementia. International Journal of Aging & Human 
                         Development, 48(1), 1-23. https://doi:10.1177/00914150211024185

[Link]    Islam, A., & Haque, S. (2021). Probing the self-defining period in memories of the Bangladesh           
                         independence war generation. Memory, 29 (10) 1-12. doi:10.1080/09658211.2021.1978500

[Link]    Janssen, S. M. J., Anne, M., & Parker, D. J. (2021). Recollective experience mediates the relation between 
                         visual perspective and psychological closeness in autobiographical memory. Journal of Cognitive  
                         Psychology34 (1) 1-18. https://doi:10.1080/20445911.2021.1936537

[Link]    Khan, S., & Haque, S. (2021). Autobiographical memory impairment among Rohingya refugee people: 
                        Roles of direct and indirect trauma exposures and PTSD symptom severity. Cognition and Emotion
                        35(8) 1-15. doi:10.1080/02699931.2021.1990018

[PDF]    Mediavilla, R., López-Arroyo, M., Gómez-Arnau, J., Wiesepape, C., Lysaker, P. H., & Lahera, G. (2021).    
                         Autobiographical memory in schizophrenia: The role of metacognition. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 
                         109, e152254.

[Link]    Memel, M., Lynch, K., Lafleche, G., & Verfaellie, M. (2021). Autobiographical recall of a stressful                                       negative event in veterans with PTSD. Memory29(6), 719-728. 

[PDF]    McCormick, C., & Maguire, E. A. (2021). The distinct and overlapping brain networks supporting    
                         semantic and spatial constructive scene processing. Neuropsychologia158, e107912.      

[PDF]    McDarby, M., Mroz, E., Carpenter, B. D., & Bluck, S. (2021). Remember me: Virtues in self-defining 
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[PDF]     Singer, J. A., Blagov, P., Berry, M., & Oost, K. M. (2013). Self-defining memories, scripts, and the life                         story: Narrative identity in personality and psychotherapy. Journal of Personality, 81(6), 569-582.

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[PDF]     Lardi Robyn, C., Ghisletta, P., & Van der Linden, M. (2012). Self-defining memories and self-defining                         future projections in hypomania-prone individuals. Consciousness and Cognition, 21(2), 764-774.

[PDF]     Lodi-Smith, J. (2012). Word use in self-defining memories predicts healthy aging. The Gerontologist, 52,                         433.

[PDF]     McKay, C. D., Singer, J. A., & Conway, M. A. (In press). Psychological disorders and autobiographical                         memory: Examining memory specificity, affective content, and meaning-making. In A. Mishara, P.                         Corlett, P. Fletcher, and M. Schwartz (Eds.), Phenomenological neuropsychiatry: How patient                         experience bridges clinic with clinical neuroscience. New York: Springer.

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[PDF]     Syed, M. (2012). College students' storytelling of ethnicity-related events in the academic domain. Journal                         of Adolescent Research, 27(2), 203-230.

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[PDF]     Barkai, A. R. & Rappaport, N. (2011). A psychiatric perspective on narratives of self-reflection in resilient                         adolescents. Adolescent Psychiatry, 1(1), 46-54.

[PDF]     Berna, F., Bennouna-Greene, M., Potheegadoo, J., Verry, P., Conway, M. A., & Danion, J. (2011). Impaired                         ability to give a meaning to personally significant events in patients with                         schizophrenia. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 703-711.
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               Laughlin, L. (2011). Religious and spiritual self-defining memories: An exploratory Scottish study                         (Doctoral dissertation). University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom.

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[PDF]     Mosleh, M. (2011). Remembering your (im)moral past: Narrative construction and the moral                         self (Masters’ thesis). Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario, Canada.

[PDF]     Phillipe, F. L., Koestner, R., Beaulieu-Pelletier, G., & Lecours, S. (2011) The role of need satisfaction as a                         distinct and basic psychological component of autobiographical memories: A look at                         well-being. Journal of Personality, 79(5), 905-938.

               Raymond, K., Singer, J. & Lam, D. (2011). The influence of mood on self-defining memories in bipolar                         disorder. Manuscript submitted for publication.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (2011). “Location, location, location”: How narrative therapy shifts our thinking and practice                         from personal to relational, social, and political concerns [Review of the book Narrative therapy, by                         S. Madigan]. PsycCritiques, 56(23).

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[PDF]     Sutin, A. R. & Stockdale, G. D. (2011). Trait dissociation and the subjective affective, motivational, and                         phenomenological experience of self-defining memories. Journal of Personality, 79(5), 939-963.
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[PDF]     Baddeley, J. & Singer, J. A. (2010). A loss in the family: Silence, memory, and narrative identity after                         bereavement. Memory, 18, 198-207.

[PDF]     Ballinger, G. A. & Rockmann, K. W. (2010). Chutes versus ladders: Anchoring events and a                         punctuated-equilibrium perspective on social exchange relationships. Academy of Management                         Review, 35(3), 373-391.

               Boyacioglu, I. (2010). Relationships between autobiographical memory and adult attachment (Doctoral                         dissertation). University of Leeds, United Kingdom.

[PDF]     Crane, L., Goddard, L., & Pring, L. (2010). Brief report: Self-defining and everyday autobiographical                         memories in adults with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders,                         40, 383-391. doi:10.1007/s10803-009-0875-4

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[PDF]     Knaack, N. C. (2010). Narrative foreclosure bij ouderen: De samenhang tussen narrative foreclosure en                         self-defining memories. (Master's thesis.) University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands.

[PDF]     Lardi, C., D'Argembeau, A., Chanal, J., Ghisletta, P., & Van der Linden, M. (2010). Further                         characterization of self-defining memories in young adults: A study of a Swiss sample. Memory,                         18 (3), 293-309.

[PDF]     Moertl, K., Boritz, T. Z., Bryntwick, E., & Angus, L. (2010). Developing a systematic procedure for the                         assessment of self-defining memories in psychodynamic therapy: Promise and pitfalls. Pragmatic                         Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 6, 203-214. doi:10.14713/pcsp.v6i3.1043 

               Niedźwieńska, A. & Świeży, M. (2010). The self-defining function of recalling personal memories and                         identity status. Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research, 10(4), 304-310.

[PDF]     Nünning, L. (2010). Self-defining memories - Hoe de manier van vertellen over ons verleden invloed heeft                         op het welbevinden. (Master’s thesis). University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands.

[PDF]     Raffard, S., D’Argembeau, A., Lardi, C., Bayard, S., Boulenger, J., & Van der Linden, M. (2010).                         Narrative identity in schizophrenia. Consciousness and Cognition, 19(1), 328-340.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. & Bonalume, L. (2010). Autobiographical memory narratives in psychotherapy: A coding                         system applied to the case of Cynthia. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 6 (3), 134-188                         (Target Article for Issue).

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. & Labunko-Messier, B. (2010). Using self-defining memories in couples therapy with older                         adults. In G. Kenyon, E. Bohlmeijer, and W. Randall (Eds.) Storying later life: Issues, investigations,                         and interventions in narrative gerontology (pp. 213-234). New York: Oxford University.

[PDF]     Smith, M. N. (2010). Practical imagination and its limits. Philosophers' Imprint, 10(3), 1-20.

[PDF]     Sutin, A. R., & Robins, R. W. Correlates and phenomenology of 1st and 3rd person memories. Memory.                         18, 625-637. doi:10.1080/09658211.2010.497765.

[PDF]     Valish, F. (2010). Thanks for the memories: Artists and the early experiences that shaped them. Under the                         Radar, 32, 51-52.

[PDF]     Van Schalkwyk, G. J. (2010). Collage life story elicitation technique: A representational technique for                         scaffolding autobiographical memories. The Qualitative Report, 15(3), 675-695.

[PDF]     Weststrate, N. M. & McLean, K. C. (2010). The rise and fall of gay: A cultural-historical approach to gay                         identity development. Memory, 18(2), 225-240.

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[PDF]     Baddeley, J. L. & Singer, J. A. (2009). A social interactional model of bereavement narrative                         disclosure. Review of General Psychology, 13(3), 202-218.

[PDF]     Bluck, S. & Alea, N. (2009). Characteristics of positive autobiographical memories in adulthood. The                         International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 69(4), 247-265.

[PDF]     Cox, C. E., Docherty, S. L., Brandon, D. H., et al. (2009). Surviving critical illness: The acute respiratory                         distress syndrome as experienced by patients and their caregivers. Critical Care Medicine, 37(10),                         2702-2708.

[PDF]     Crane, L., Goddard, L., & Pring, L. (2009). Brief report: Self-defining and everyday autobiographical                         memories in adults with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders,                         40 (3), 383-391.

[PDF]     Hassebrock, F. & Boyle, B. (2009). Memory and narrative: Reading The things they carried for psyche and                         persona. Across the Disciplines, 6. Retrieved from               

[PDF]     Hunter, C. (2009, November 12). [Review of the book Romantic echoes in the Victorian era, by A. Radford                         & M. Sandy (Eds.)]. Romantic Textualities, 19. Retrieved from               

[PDF]     Lodi-Smith, J., Geise, A. C., Roberts, B. W., & Robins, R. W. (2009). Narrating personality                         change. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96(3), 679-689.

[PDF]     Pasupathi, M., McLean, K. C., & Weeks, T. (2009). To tell or not to tell: Disclosure and the narrative                         self. Journal of Personality, 77 (1), 1-35.

[PDF]     Martinelli, P. & Piolino, P. (2009). Self-defining memories: Last episodic memory bastion in normal                         aging? Psychol Neuropsychiatr Viell, 7(3), 151-167.

[PDF]     Raffard, S., D'Argembeau, A., Lardi, C., Bayard, S., Boulenger, J. P., & Van der Linden, M. (2009).                         Exploring self-defining memories in schizophrenia. Memory, 17 (1), 26-38.

[PDF]     Raymond, K. A. (2009). The influence of mood on self-defining memories (Doctoral dissertation).                         University of Hull, Hull, UK.

[PDF]     Sönmez, C. C. (2009). Self-defining memories: Characteristics and the link with self-concept and goals.                         (Master's thesis.)

[PDF]     Summerfield, J. J., Hassabis, D., & Maguire, E. A. (2009). Cortical midline involvement in                         autobiographical memory. NeuroImage, 44(3), 1188-1200.

[PDF]     Sutin, A. R. & Gillath, O. (2009). Autobiographical memory phenomenology and content mediate                         attachment style and psychological distress. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 56(3), 351-364.

[PDF]     Thomsen, D. K. (2009). There is more to life stories than memories. Memory, 17(4), 445-457.

[PDF]     Wilson, J. (2009). An integral inquiry into the meaning of early attachment experiences for American Zen                         Buddhists (Doctoral dissertation). Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

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[PDF]     Baddeley, J. L. & Singer, J. A. (2008). Telling losses: Personality correlates and functions of bereavement                         narratives. Journal of Research in Personality, 42, 421-438.

[PDF]     Boritz, T. Z., Angus, L., Monette, G., & Hollis-Walker, L. (2008). An empirical analysis of                         autobiographical memory specificity subtypes in brief emotion-focused and client-centered                         treatments of depression. Psychotherapy Research, 18(5), 584-593.

[PDF]     Boritz, T. Z., Bryntwick, E., & Angus, L. E. (2008, June 1). Working with autobiographical memory                         narratives in psychotherapy. The Division of Psychotherapy. Retrieved from               

               Hagberg, G. (2008). Describing ourselves: Wittgenstein and autobiographical consciousness. New York:                         Oxford University Press.

[PDF]     Jobson, L. & O'Kearney, R. (2008). Cultural differences in personal identity in post-traumatic stress                         disorder. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 47(1), 95-109.

[PDF]     Jobson, L. & O'Kearney, R. (2008). Cultural differences in retrieval of self-defining memories. Journal of                         Cross-Cultural Psychology, 39(1), 75-80.

[PDF]     Lonson, C., Astell, A., & Dritschel, B. (2008). Goal priorities and self-defining memories: Differences                         between older men and women. The Gerontologist, 48, 220.

[PDF]     Maccallum, F. & Bryant, R. A. (2008). Self-defining memories in complicated grief. Behaviour Research                         and Therapy, 46, 1311-1315.

[PDF]     McLean, K. C. (2008). Stories of the young and the old: Personal continuity and narrative                         identity. Developmental Psychology, 44, 254-264.

[PDF]     Rathbone, C. J., Moulin, C. J. A., & Conway, M. A. (2008). Self-centered memories: The reminiscence                         bump and the self. Memory & Cognition, 36(8), 1403-1414.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (2008, April 23). Relation shapes: Intimate constructions of self and other. [Review of the                         book Playing Pygmalion: How people create one another, by R. Josselson]. Retrieved from               

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (2008). The rich bounty of international collaboration. Psychology International, 19(5), 10-11.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A., Baddeley, J., & Frantsve, L. (2008). Supervision of narrative-based psychotherapy. In A. K.                         Hess, K. D. Hess, and T. H. Hess (Eds.), Psychotherapy supervision: Theory, research and practice,                         2nd ed. (pp. 114-136). New York: Wiley.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. & Conway, M. A. (2008). Should we forget forgetting? Memory Studies, 1(3), 279-285.

[PDF]     Sutin, A. R. (2008). Autobiographical memory as a dynamic process: Autobiographical memory mediates                         basic tendencies and characteristic adaptations. Journal of Research in Personality, 42(4), 1060-1066.

[PDF]     Sutin, A. R. & Robins, R. W. (2008). Going forward by drawing from the past: Personal strivings,                         personally meaningful memories, and personality traits. Journal of Personality, 76 (6), 631-664.

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[PDF]     Baddeley, J. & Singer, J. A. (2007). Charting the life story’s path: Narrative identity across the life span. In                         J. Clandinin (Ed.), Handbook of Narrative Inquiry: Mapping a methodology (pp. 177-202). Thousand                         Oaks, CA: Sage.

[PDF]     Braun-LaTour, K. A. & LaTour, M. S. (2007). Using childhood memory elicitation to gain insights into a                         brand at a crossroads: The In-N-Out burger situation. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration                         Quarterly, 48(3), 246-273.

[PDF]     Braun-LaTour, K. A., LaTour, M. S., & Zinkhan, G. M. (2007). Using childhood memories to gain insight                         into brand meaning. Journal of Marketing, 71(2), 45-60.

               Havassy, A. (2007). Autobiographical reasoning in memories of academic successes and failures of college                         students. Unpublished manuscript.

[PDF]     Joormann, J., Siemer, M., & Gotlib, I. H. (2007). Mood regulation in depression: Differential effects of                         distraction and recall of happy memories on sad mood. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116(3),                         484-490.

[PDF]     McLean, K. C. & Fournier, M. A. (2007). The content and processes of autobiographical reasoning in                         narrative identity. Journal of Research in Personality, 42 (3), 527-525.

[PDF]     Pasupathi, M., Mansour, E., & Brubaker, J. R. (2007). Developing a life story: Constructing relations                         between self and experience in autobiographical narratives. Human Development, 50 (2-3), 85-100.

[PDF]     Patel, T., Brewin, C. R., Wheatley, J., Wells, A., Fisher, P., & Myers, S. (2007). Intrusive images and                         memories in major depression. Behavior Research and Therapy, 45, 2573-2580.

[PDF]     Patterson, C. L. & Singer, J. A. (2007-2008). Exploring the role of expectancies in the mental and physical                         health outcomes of written self-disclosure. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 27(2), 99-115.

[PDF]     Sakuma, M. J. (2007, March 20). [Review of the book Personality and psychotherapy: Treating the whole                         person, by J. Singer]. Metapsychology Online Reviews, 11(12).

[PDF]     Singer, J. A., Rexhaj, B., & Baddeley, J. (2007). Older, wiser, and happier?: Comparing older adults’ and                         college students’ self-defining memories. Memory, 15 (8), 886-898.

[PDF]     Townsend, T. (2007). Memory in the narrative works of soledad Puertolas (Doctoral dissertation). The                         Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

[PDF]     Van Schalkwyk, G. J. (2007). Choreographing learning in developmental psychology utilising                         multi-generational genograms and reflective journal writing. International Education Journal, 8(1),                         127-138.

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[PDF]     Coleman, P. T., Goldman, J. S., & Kugler, K. G. (2006, February). Emotional intractability: The effects of                         perceptions of emotional roles on immediate and delayed conflict outcomes. Paper presented at the                         International Association for Conflict Management 19th Annual Conference, Quebec, Canada.

[PDF]     Hayden, J. M., Singer, J. A., & Chrisler, J. C. (2006). The transmission of birth stories from mother to                         daughter: Self-esteem and mother-daughter attachment. Sex Roles, 55 (5), 373-383.

[PDF]     Jobson, L. & O'Kearney, R. (2006). Cultural differences in autobiographical memory of trauma. Clinical                         Psychologist, 10(3), 89-98.

[PDF]     Kuyken, W. & Howell, R. (2006). Facets of autobiographical memory in adolescents with major depressive                         disorder and never-depressed controls. Cognition and Emotion, 20(3), 466-487.

[PDF]     McAdams, D. P., Bauer, J. J., Sakaeda, A. R., et al. (2006). Continuity and change in the life story: A                         longitudinal study of autobiographical memories in emerging adulthood. Journal of Personality,                         74 (5), 1371-1400.

[PDF]     McLean, K. C. & Pasupathi, M. (2006). Collaborate narration of the past and extraversion. Journal of                         Research in Personality, 40(6), 1219-1231.

[PDF]     Morgan, E. M. & Thompson, E. M. (2006). Young women's sexual experiences within same-sex                         friendships: Discovering and defining bisexual and bi-curious identity. Journal of Bisexuality, 6(3),                         7-34.

[PDF]     Riskind, J. H. & Williams, N. L. (2006). A unique vulnerability common to all anxiety disorders: The                         looming maladaptive style. In L. B. Alloy & J. H. Riskind (Eds.), Cognitive vulnerability to                         emotional disorders (pp. 175 – 206). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.

[PDF]     Semegon, A. (2006). Self-defining autobiographical memory in relation to adult self-concept and                         psychological well-being (Doctoral dissertation). University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (2006). Memory, emotion, and psychotherapy: Maximizing the positive functions of                         self-defining memories. In R. Uttl, A. Siegenthaler, and N. Ohta (Eds.), Memory and emotion:                         Interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 211-232). Oxford: Blackwell Press.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. & Rexhaj, B. (2006). Narrative coherence and psychotherapy: A commentary. Journal of                         Constructivist Psychology, 19 (2), 209-217.

[PDF]     Wood, W. J. & Conway, M. (2006). Subjective impact, meaning making, and current and recalled emotions                         for self-defining memories. Journal of Personality, 74(3), 811-846.

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[PDF]     Conway, M. A. (2005). Memory and the self. Journal of Memory and Language, 53, 594-628.

[PDF]     Gaydos, H. L. (2005). Understanding personal narratives: An approach to practice. Journal of Advanced                         Nursing, 49(3), 254-259.

[PDF]     Langens, T. A. & Schüler, J. (2005). Written emotional expression and emotional well-being: The                         moderating role of fear of rejection. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31(6), 818-830.

[PDF]     McLean, K. C. (2005). Late adolescent identity development: Narrative meaning making and memory                         telling. Developmental Psychology, 41 (4), 683-691.

[PDF]     Sutherland, K. & Bryant, R. A. (2005). Self-defining memories in post-traumatic stress disorder. British                         Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44 (4), 591-598.

[PDF]     Sutin, A. R. & Robins, R. W. (2005). Continuity and correlates of emotions and motives in self-defining                         memories. Journal of Personality, 73 (3), 793-824.

[PDF]     Van Schalkwyk, G. J. (2005). Explorations of post-divorce experiences: Women's reconstructions of                         self. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 26(2), 90-97.

[PDF]     Wood, W. (2005). The role of emotion in the functions of autobiographical memory (Doctoral dissertation).                         Concordia University, Quebec, Canada.

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[PDF]     Blagov, P. & Singer, J. A. (2004). Four dimensions of self-defining memories (specificity, meaning,                         content, and affect) and their relationships to self-restraint, distress, and repressive                         defensiveness. Journal of Personality, 72 (3), 481-511.

[PDF]     Conway, M. A., Singer, J. A., & Tagini, A. (2004). The self and autobiographical memory:                         Correspondence and coherence. Social Cognition, 22 (5), 491-529.

               Hayes, C. (2004). Ethics in end-of-life care. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 6(1), 36-43.

[PDF]     McLean, K. (2004). Meaning-making and functions of memory telling in late adolescents’ self-defining                         memory narratives (Doctoral dissertation). University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (2004). Narrative identity and meaning-making across the adult span: An                         Introduction. Journal of Personality, 72 (3), 437-459.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (2004). A love story: Self-defining memories in couples therapy. In R. Josselson, D. P.                         McAdams, R. Josselson, and A. Lieblich (Eds), Healing plots: Narrative and psychotherapy (pp.                         189-208). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. & Blagov, P. (2004). The integrative function of narrative processing: Autobiographical                         memory, self-defining memories, and the life story of identity. In D. Beike, J. Lampinen, and D.                         Behrend (Eds.), The self and memory (pp. 117-138). New York, NY: The Psychology Press.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. & Blagov, P. (2004). Self-defining memories, narrative identity, and psychotherapy: A                         conceptual model, empirical investigation, and case report. In L. E. Angus, and J. McLeod                         (Eds.), Handbook of narrative and psychotherapy: Practice, theory and research (pp. 229-246).                         Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

[PDF]     Thorne, A., McLean, K. C., & Lawrence, A. (2004). When remembering is not enough: Reflecting on                         self-defining memories in late adolescence. Journal of Personality, 72 (3), 513-541.

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[PDF]     McLean, A. & Thorne, K. C. (2003). Late adolescents' self-defining memories about                         relationships. Developmental Psychology, 39 (4), 635-645.

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[PDF]     Conway, M. A., Pleydell-Pearce, C. W., Whitecross, S., & Sharpe, H. (2002). Neurophysiological                         correlates of memory for experienced and imagined events. Neuropsychologia, 41 (3), 334-340.

[PDF]     Lau, B. (2002). Wordsworth and current memory research. SEL, 42 (4), 675-692.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A., King, L. A., Green, M. C., & Barr, S. C. (2002). Personal identity and civic responsibility:                         "Rising to the occasion" narratives and generativity in community action student interns. Journal of                         Social Issues, 58 (3), 535-556.

[PDF]     Thorne, A. & McLean, K. C. (2002). Gendered reminiscence practices and self-definition in late                         adolescence. Sex Roles, 46 (9/10), 267-277.

[PDF]     Voronov, M. & Singer, J. A. (2002). The myth of individualism-collectivism: A critical review. The                         Journal of Social Psychology, 142(4), 461-480.

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[PDF]     McAdams, D. P. (2001). The psychology of life stories. Review of General Psychology, 5(2), 100-122.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (2001). Living in the amber cloud: A life story analysis of a heroin addict. In D. P. McAdams,                         and R. Josselson (Eds.), Turns in the road: Narrative studies of lives in transition (pp. 253-277).                         Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. & Bluck, S. (2001). New perspectives on autobiographical memory: The integration of                         narrative processing and autobiographical reasoning. Review of General Psychology, 5 (2), 91-99.

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​[PDF]     Cristi, C. (2000). Effects of manipulating the mood components of valence and arousal on the specificity of                         autobiographical memory in nondepressed women. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Ottowa,                         Canada.

[PDF]     Watt, L. & Cappeliez, P. (2000). Integrative and instrumental reminiscence therapies for depression in                         older adults: Intervention strategies and treatment effectiveness. Aging & Mental Health, 4(2),                         166-177.

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Prior to 2000

[PDF]     Jardine, K. F. (1999). Transitions of women counsellors-in-training: Self-defining memories, narratives,                         and possible selves. Dissertation, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Victoria, Canada.

[PDF]     Dutton, S. E., Singer, J. A., & Devlin, A. S. (1998). Racial identity of children in integrated, predominantly                         White, and Black schools. The Journal of Social Psychology, 138(1), 41-53.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (1998). Applying a systems framework to self-defining memories. Psychological Inquiry,                         9 (2), 161-164.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (1997). How recovered memory debates reduce the richness of human identity. Psychological                         Inquiry, 8 (4), 325-339.

[PDF]     Josephson, B., Singer, J. A, & Salovey, P. (1996). Mood regulation and memory: Repairing sad moods with                         happy memories. Cognition and Emotion, 10 (4), 437-444.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (1995). Seeing one's self: Locating narrative memory in a framework of personality. Journal                         of Personality, 63 (3), 206-231.

[PDF]     Moffitt, K. H., & Singer, J. A. (1994). Continuity in the life story: Self-defining memories, affect, and                         approach/avoidance personal strivings. Journal of Personality, 62 (1), 21-43.

[PDF]     Moffitt, K., Singer, J. A., Nelligan, D., Carlson, M. & Vyse, S. (1994). Depression and memory narrative                         type. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 103 (3), 581-583.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (1992). Challenges to the integration of the psychoanalytic and cognitive perspectives on the                         self. Psychological Inquiry, 3 (1), 59-61.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. & Moffitt, K. M. (1991-92). An experimental investigation of specificity and generality in                         memory narratives. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 11 (3), 235-258.

[PDF]     Singer, J. A. (1990). Affective responses to autobiographical memories and their relationship to long-term                         goals. Journal of Personality, 58 (3), 535-563.

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