Article published in:
Journal of Narrative and Life History
Vol. 3:1 (1993) ► pp. 132
REFERENCES

REFERENCES

Eisenberg, A.
(1985) Learning to describe past experiences in conversation. Discourse Processes, 8, 177–204. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Engel, S.
(1986, April) The role of mother-child interaction in autobiographical recall. InJ. A. Hudson (Chair) Learning to talk about the past. Symposium conducted at the Southeastern Conference on Human Development, Nashville.Google Scholar
Fivush, R.
(1991) The social construction of personal narratives. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 37, 59–82.Google Scholar
Fivush, R., & Fromhoff, F. A.
(1988) Style and structure in mother-child conversations about the past. Discourse Processes, 11, 337–355. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fivush, R., Gray, J. T., & Fromhoff, F. A.
(1987) Two-year-olds talk about the past. Cognitive Development, 2, 393–409. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fivush, R., & Hamond, N. R.
(1989) Time and again: Effects of repetition and retention interval on two year olds' event recall. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 47, 259–273. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(1990) Autobiographical memory across the preschool years: Towards reconceptualizing childhood amnesia. In R. Fivush & J. A. Hudson (Eds.) Knowing and remembering in young children (pp. 223–248). New York: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Fivush, R., Hamond, N. R., Harsch, N., Singer, N., & Wolf, A.
(1991) Content and consistency in young children's recall. Discourse Processes, 14, 373–388. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hudson, J. A.
(1990a) Constructive processes in children's event memory. Developmental Psychology, 2, 180–187. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(1990b) The emergence of autobiographic memory in mother-child conversation. In R. Fivush & J. A. Hudson (Eds.) Knowing and remembering in young children (pp. 166–196). New York: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
(1991a, April) Effects of re-enactment on 18-month-olds' memory for a novel event. Paper presented at the meetings of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle.Google Scholar
(1991b) Learning to reminisce: A case study. Journal of Narrative and Life History, 1, 295–324. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hudson, J. A., & Nelson, K.
(1986) Repeated encounters of a similar kind: Effects of repetition on children's autobiographic memory. Cognitive Development, 1, 253–271. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hudson, J. A., & Shapiro, L. R.
(1991) From knowing to telling: Children's scripts, stories, and personal narratives. In A. McCabe & C. Peterson (Eds.) Developing narrative structure (pp. 89–136). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.Google Scholar
McCabe, A., Capron, E., & Peterson, C.
(1991) The voice of experience: The recall of early childhood and adolescent memories by young adults. In A. McCabe & C. Peterson (Eds.) Developing narrative structure (pp. 137–173). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.Google Scholar
McCabe, A., & Peterson, C.
(1991) Getting the story: A longitudinal study of parental styles in eliciting narratives and developing narrative skill. In A. McCabe & C. Peterson (Eds.) Developing narrative structure (pp. 217–253). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.Google Scholar
Miller, P. J., & Sperry, L. L.
(1988) Early talk about the past: The origins of conversational stories of personal experience. Journal of Child Language, 15, 293–316. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Nelson, K.
(1988) The ontogeny of memory for real events. In U. Neisser & E. Winograd (Eds.) Remembering reconsidered: Ecological and traditional approaches to the study of memory (pp. 244–276). New York: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(1989) Narratives from the crib. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
(1990) Remembering, forgetting, and infantile amnesia. In R. Fivush & J. A. Hudson (Eds.) Knowing and remembering in young children (pp. 301–316). New York: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Nelson, K., & Ross, G.
(1980) The generalities and specifics of long term memory in infants and young children. In M. Perlmutter (Ed.) New directions for child development: No. 10. Children's memory (pp. 87–101). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.Google Scholar
Pillemer, D. B., & White, S. H.
(1989) Childhood events recalled by children and adults. Advances in Child Development and Behavior, 21, 297–340. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rovee-Collier, C., & Hayne, H.
(1987) Reactivation of infant memory: Implications for cognitive development. In H. W. Reese (Ed.) Advances in child development and behavior (Vol. 20, pp. 185–238). New York: Academic. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sachs, J.
(1983) Talking about the then and there: The emergence of displaced reference in parent-child discourse. In K. E. Nelson (Ed.) Children's language (Vol. 4, pp. 1–27). New York: Gardner.Google Scholar
Vygotsky, L. S.
(1978) Mind in society. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 47 other publications

Bauer, Patricia
2013.  In Child Forensic Psychology,  pp. 9 ff. Crossref logo
Bauer, Patricia J.
2007.  In Handbook of Child Psychology, Crossref logo
Bauer, Patricia J., Dana L. van Abbema, Sandra A. Wiebe, Mari Strand Cary, Christina Phill & Melissa M. Burch
2004. Props, not pictures, are worth a thousand words: verbal accessibility of early memories under different conditions of contextual support. Applied Cognitive Psychology 18:4  pp. 373 ff. Crossref logo
Bauer, Patricia J., Jennifer A. Wenner & Maria G. Kroupina
2002. Making the Past Present: Later Verbal Accessibility of Early Memories. Journal of Cognition and Development 3:1  pp. 21 ff. Crossref logo
Bergen, Penny Van, Karen Salmon, Mark R. Dadds & Jennifer Allen
2009. The Effects of Mother Training in Emotion-Rich, Elaborative Reminiscing on Children's Shared Recall and Emotion Knowledge. Journal of Cognition and Development 10:3  pp. 162 ff. Crossref logo
Berman, Ruth A.
1995. Narrative Competence and Storytelling Performance: How Children Tell Stories in Different Contexts. Journal of Narrative and Life History 5:4  pp. 285 ff. Crossref logo
Boland, Amy M., Catherine A. Haden & Peter A. Ornstein
2003. Boosting Children's Memory by Training Mothers in the Use of an Elaborative Conversational Style as an Event Unfolds. Journal of Cognition and Development 4:1  pp. 39 ff. Crossref logo
Bosmans, Guy, Adinda Dujardin, Filip Raes & Caroline Braet
2013. The Specificity of Autobiographical Memories in Early Adolescence. The Journal of Early Adolescence 33:5  pp. 710 ff. Crossref logo
BRUCK, MAGGIE, KAMALA LONDON, REBECCA LANDA & JUNE GOODMAN
2007. Autobiographical memory and suggestibility in children with autism spectrum disorder. Development and Psychopathology 19:01 Crossref logo
Cleveland, Emily Sutcliffe, Elaine Reese & Wendy S. Grolnick
2007. Children’s engagement and competence in personal recollection: Effects of parents’ reminiscing goals. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 96:2  pp. 131 ff. Crossref logo
Deocampo, Joanne Agayoff & Judith Hudson
2003. Reinstatement of 2-year-olds' event memory using photographs. Memory 11:1  pp. 13 ff. Crossref logo
Dorado, Joyce S. & Karen J. Saywitz
2001. Interviewing Preschoolers From Low- and Middle-SES Communities: A Test of the Narrative Elaboration Recall Improvement Technique. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 30:4  pp. 568 ff. Crossref logo
Farrant, Kate & Elaine Reese
2000. Maternal Style and Children's Participation in Reminiscing: Stepping Stones in Children's Autobiographical Memory Development. Journal of Cognition and Development 1:2  pp. 193 ff. Crossref logo
Gilstrap, Livia L., Cindy Laub, Elizabeth A. Zierten & Katrin U. Mueller-Johnson
2008. The Effects of Adult Suggestion and Child Consistency on Young Children's Reports. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 38:7  pp. 1905 ff. Crossref logo
Hayne, Harlene & Jane Herbert
2004. Verbal cues facilitate memory retrieval during infancy. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 89:2  pp. 127 ff. Crossref logo
Hedrick, Amy M., Catherine A. Haden & Peter A. Ornstein
2009. Elaborative Talk During and After an Event: Conversational Style Influences Children's Memory Reports. Journal of Cognition and Development 10:3  pp. 188 ff. Crossref logo
Hemphill, Lowry, Paola Uccelli, Kendra Winner, Chien-ju Chang & David Bellinger
2002. Narrative Discourse in Young Children With Histories of Early Corrective Heart Surgery. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 45:2  pp. 318 ff. Crossref logo
Hudson, Judith A.
2002. "Do You Know What We're Going to Do This Summer?": Mothers' Talk to Preschool Children About Future Events. Journal of Cognition and Development 3:1  pp. 49 ff. Crossref logo
Hudson, Judith A. & Ellyn G. Sheffield
1998. Déjà Vu All Over Again: Effects of Reenactment on Toddlers' Event Memory. Child Development 69:1  pp. 51 ff. Crossref logo
Jack, Fiona, Shelley MacDonald, Elaine Reese & Harlene Hayne
2009. Maternal Reminiscing Style During Early Childhood Predicts the Age of Adolescents’ Earliest Memories. Child Development 80:2  pp. 496 ff. Crossref logo
Lai, Wen‐Feng
2010. ‘Talking like a book?’ Socioeconomic differences of maternal conversational styles in co‐constructing personal narratives with young Taiwanese children. Early Child Development and Care 180:10  pp. 1361 ff. Crossref logo
Leibowitz, Stacey, Michaela Mendelsohn & Cathi Michelson
1999. Child Rape: Extending the Therapeutic Intervention to Include the Mother-Child Dyad. South African Journal of Psychology 29:3  pp. 103 ff. Crossref logo
Leyva, Diana, Elaine Reese, Deborah Laible, Elizabeth Schaughency, Shika Das & Amanda Clifford
2020. Measuring Parents’ Elaborative Reminiscing: Differential Links of Parents’ Elaboration to children’s Autobiographical Memory and Socioemotional Skills. Journal of Cognition and Development 21:1  pp. 23 ff. Crossref logo
MacDonald, Shelley, Kimberly Uesiliana & Harlene Hayne
2000. Cross-cultural and gender differences in childhood amnesia. Memory 8:6  pp. 365 ff. Crossref logo
McCabe, Allyssa, Carole Peterson & Dianne M. Connors
2006. Attachment security and narrative elaboration. International Journal of Behavioral Development 30:5  pp. 398 ff. Crossref logo
Minami, Masahiko
1996. Japanese preschool children's narrative development. First Language 16:48  pp. 339 ff. Crossref logo
Newcombe, Rhiannon & Elaine Reese
2004. Evaluations and orientations in mother–child narratives as a function of attachment security: A longitudinal investigation. International Journal of Behavioral Development 28:3  pp. 230 ff. Crossref logo
Ornstein, Peter A. & Leah L. Light
2010.  In The Handbook of Life-Span Development, Crossref logo
Peterson, Carole
2002. Children’s long-term memory for autobiographical events. Developmental Review 22:3  pp. 370 ff. Crossref logo
Phung, Janice N., Helen M. Milojevich & Angela F. Lukowski
2014. Adult language use and infant comprehension of English: Associations with encoding and generalization across cues at 20 months. Infant Behavior and Development 37:4  pp. 465 ff. Crossref logo
Pillemer, David B., Martha L. Picariello & Jenzi C. Pruett
1994. Very long-term memories of a salient preschool event. Applied Cognitive Psychology 8:2  pp. 95 ff. Crossref logo
Principe, Gabrielle F., Julie DiPuppo & Jessie Gammel
2013. Effects of mothers’ conversation style and receipt of misinformation on children's event reports. Cognitive Development 28:3  pp. 260 ff. Crossref logo
Quasthoff, Uta & Juliane Stude
2021. Children’s narrative interactions. Narrative Inquiry 31:1  pp. 147 ff. Crossref logo
Reese, Elaine
2002. Social Factors in the Development of Autobiographical Memory: The State of the Art. Social Development 11:1  pp. 124 ff. Crossref logo
Reese, Elaine & Robyn Fivush
2008. The development of collective remembering. Memory 16:3  pp. 201 ff. Crossref logo
Reese, Elaine & Rhiannon Newcombe
2007. Training Mothers in Elaborative Reminiscing Enhances Children?s Autobiographical Memory and Narrative. Child Development 78:4  pp. 1153 ff. Crossref logo
Sahin-Acar, Basak, Bahar Bahtiyar-Saygan, Cansu Alsancak-Akbulut & Ece Sagel-Cetiner
2019. Reunion after a long day: Mother-child dyads’ unshared memory conversations. Cognitive Development 52  pp. 100822 ff. Crossref logo
Salmon, Karen, Fern Champion, Margaret-Ellen Pipe, Louise Mewton & Skye McDonald
2008. The child in time: The influence of parent–child discussion about a future experience on how it is remembered. Memory 16:5  pp. 485 ff. Crossref logo
Seehagen, Sabine & Jane S. Herbert
2010. The role of demonstrator familiarity and language cues on infant imitation from television. Infant Behavior and Development 33:2  pp. 168 ff. Crossref logo
Sheffield, Ellyn G. & Judith A. Hudson
1994. Reactivation of Toddlers' Event Memory. Memory 2:4  pp. 447 ff. Crossref logo
Sheffield, Ellyn G. & Judith A. Hudson
2006. You Must Remember This: Effects of Video and Photograph Reminders on 18-Month-Olds' Event Memory. Journal of Cognition and Development 7:1  pp. 73 ff. Crossref logo
Thierry, Karen L. & Alison Sparks
2019. Latino Families Engage in Elaborative Conversations: Effects on Children’s Recall and Vocabulary. Journal of Child and Family Studies 28:8  pp. 2297 ff. Crossref logo
Tompkins, Virginia & M. Jeffrey Farrar
2011. Mothers’ autobiographical memory and book narratives with children with specific language impairment. Journal of Communication Disorders 44:1  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Valentino, Kristin
2011. A developmental psychopathology model of overgeneral autobiographical memory. Developmental Review 31:1  pp. 32 ff. Crossref logo
Valentino, Kristin, Michelle Comas, Amy K. Nuttall & Taylor Thomas
2013. Training maltreating parents in elaborative and emotion-rich reminiscing with their preschool-aged children. Child Abuse & Neglect 37:8  pp. 585 ff. Crossref logo
Van Bergen, Penny & Karen Salmon
2010. Emotion-oriented reminiscing and children's recall of a novel event. Cognition & Emotion 24:6  pp. 991 ff. Crossref logo
Van Bergen, Penny, Karen Salmon & Mark R. Dadds
2018. Coaching mothers of typical and conduct problem children in elaborative parent-child reminiscing: Influences of a randomized controlled trial on reminiscing behaviour and everyday talk preferences. Behaviour Research and Therapy 111  pp. 9 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 18 august 2021. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.