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Family narratives and the development of an autobiographical self : social and cultural perspectives on autobiographical memory /

Robyn Fivush.

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Author: Fivush, Robyn
Published: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Series: Essays in developmental psychology.
Topics: Autobiographical memory. | Reminiscing. | Self.
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Introduction -- Autobiographical memory: theoretical foundations -- The autobiographical self: developmental foundations -- Maternal reminiscing style: the emergence of individual differences in the utobiographical self -- The developing autobiographical self: how gender matters -- Why reminiscing matters: how early parent-child reminiscing shapes cognitive outcomes -- Why reminiscing matters: how early parent-child reminiscing shapes social and emotional outcomes -- Family reminiscing -- The emergence of the life story and autobiographical voice -- Beyond the autobiographical self: the intergenerational self -- Beyond the autobiographical self: the cultural self -- The dark side of family stories -- The autobiographical self: beginnings, middles, ends, and beginnings again.

Table of Contents for: Family narratives and the development of