Psychological Science Agenda

A publication of the Science Directorate
December 2004 |Vol. 18, No. 12

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Oh Where, Oh Where Have Those Early Memories Gone? A Developmental Perspective on Childhood Amnesia

By Patricia J. Bauer, PhD

Whereas memories of many past experiences seemingly come and go, there is a period of life from which adults reliably fail to recall much if anything at all.

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