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Source Memory Advantage from Self-Referencing
Advances in Psychology
Source memory is the memory for various kinds of contextual features. Studies in recent years have found that self-referencing could not only enhance memory for items, but also could facilitate memory for source information. This effect is not limited to young adults, but also can be found in children and older adults. In western countries, close others could not show the same source memory advantage as the self. Whether eastern would behave similar to western remains an open question.doi:10.12677/ap.2017.73033 fatcat:o2b2lmgbyrdt3d7rej5ynhuu7q