volume 122, issue 5, P1843-1864 2018
DOI: 10.1177/0033294118789859
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Abstract: An experiment examined the impact of thinking about autobiographical group-related events (i.e., a past group inclusion experience or a past group exclusion experience) on recognition memory. After encountering the experimental manipulation, participants studied a list of words. Participants later engaged in two subsequent recognition tests: a group recognition test with a bogus confederate and a surprise individual recognition test. The memory measures were derived from signal detection theory and included hi…

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