volume 25, issue 1, P27-36 2001
DOI: 10.1080/01650250042000122
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Abstract: The manner in which parents and children reminisce about personal events has received increasing attention over the last decade as it has important implications for children's memory performance. How individual differences in maternal talk style relate to children's story recall is less clear. The present study examined stylistic consistencies and changes between initial mother-child online encoding of a story event (T 1 ) and between mother-child retrospections about the same story event 4 months later (T 2 …

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