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Jefferson A. Singer, Ph.D.
Connecticut College

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[PDF]    Mehl, K., Reschke-Hernandez, A. E., Hanson, J., Linhardt, L., Frame, J., Dew, M., Kickbusch, E., Johnson,                       C., Bai, E., & Belfi, A. M. (2024). Music-evoked autobiographical memories are associated with                                 negative affect in younger and older adults. Experimental Aging Research.                                                           


[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]    Beike, D. R., Cole, H. E., & Merrick, C. R. (2023). Specific autobiographical memories are a resource for                         identity strength among mature but not emerging adults.​ Memory, 31(10), 1437-1458.

[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]    Cowan, H. R., McAdams, D. P., Ouellet, L., Jones, C. M., & Mittal, V. A. (2023). Self-concept and                                     narrative identity in youth at clinical high risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin.                                          

[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]    Mace, J. H. (2023). Priming in the autobiographical memory system: Implications and future directions.                           Memory.

[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]    McCarty, D. L., Christian, D. D., & Henderson, R. R. (2023). The usefulness of tattoo narratives for                                   expressing life-story constructs. Journal of Constructivist Psychology.                                                                 

[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]    Ridout, N., Dritschel, B., Morjaria, M., & Yankey, C. (2023). The influence of induced dysphoria on                                 autobiographical memory specificity and social problem solving: Examining the role of executive                               function. Behavior Research and Therapy, 169.

[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]    Therriault, C., Bernard-Desrosiers, L., & Philippe, F. L. (2023). Integration of sexual and relational mental                       representations in autobiographical memories is associated with sexual well-being. PsyArXiv. 

[PDF]    Turner, K., Lilgendahl, J. P., Syed, M., & McLean, K. C. (2023). Testing exploratory narrative processing                         as a mechanism of change in identity status processes over 4 years in college-going emerging adults.                           Developmental Psychology.

[PDF]    van Houtum, L. A. E. M., van Schie, C. C., Wever, M. C. M., Janssen, L. H. C., Wentholt, W. G. M.,                                 Tailby, C., Grenyer, B. F. S., Will, G., Tollenaar, M. S., & Elzinga, B. M. (2023). Aberrant neural                                 network activation during reliving of autobiographical memories in adolescent depression. Cortex,                             168, 14-26.

[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]    Blagov, P. S., Singer, J. A., Oost, K. M., & Goodman, J. A. (2021). Self-defining memories — Narrative                               features in relation to adaptive and maladaptive personality traits (replication and extension of                                     Blagov & Singer, 2004). Journal of Personality, 90(3), 457-475.

[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)

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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

[PDF]     Crone, T. & Beike, D. (2010, January). Can the benefits of self-defining memories be obtained from a                         closed memory? Poster presented at the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and                         Social Psychology.

[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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[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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