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By me about memory

Flashbulb memories of dramatic events aren’t as accurate as believed

The Conversation, Jennifer Talarico [reprinted at CNN and elsewhere]

What the Bourne films get right and wrong about amnesia

The Conversation, Jennifer Talarico [reprinted at Salon and elsewhere]

Does Pixar’s Inside OUt show how memory actually works?

The Conversation, Jennifer Talarico [reprinted at Gizmodo and elsewhere]

Imperfect memories

The Academic Minute, Jennifer Talarico

Flashbulb memories – why do we remember learning about dramatic events so vividly?

The Conversation, Jennifer Talarico

By others about my research

IS OUR DESTINY IN OUR OWN HANDS?

The Guardian, Oliver Burkeman

YOUR LIFE STORY IS MADE UP OF TRANSITIONS AND TURNING POINTS – DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE?

BPS Research Digest, Alex Fradera

Science, memory, and the law

Canada.com, Hannah Hoag

Emotion selectively distorts our recollections

Scientific American Mind, Ingfei Chen

Seared in our memories

APA Monitor, Bridget Murray Law

Flashbulb memories vivid but not necessarily accurate

Lincoln (NE) Journal Star, Nancy Hicks

 Do you really remember where you were on 9/11?

LiveScience, Stephanie Pappas

Report links 9/11 memories to proximity

Link to USA Today, also reprinted in The Washington Post and elsewhere

Associated Press, Randy Schmid

Is memory better for shocking events?

Cognitive Daily, Dave Munger