Autobiographical memory across the life-span study by M. Linton on autobiographical remembering (1986): + based on diary with two events per day with separate index cards for each event + conducted over 14 years + examination of recall
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study by Kleinsmith & Kaplan(1964)
- higher arousal at encoding leads to poorer immediate but better delayed recall
-> arousal affects physiological processes of consolidation
-> no special encoding mechanism required to explain phenomenon
(against Brown & Kulick theory)