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Autobiographical memory and the validity of retrospective reports

Autobiographisches Gedächtnis und die Validität retrospektiver Berichte
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Schwarz, Norbert; Sudman, Seymour (ed.)

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Abstract Contents: Norbert Schwarz, Seymour Sudman: Introduction and overview (1-8); Part I. Perspectives on retrospective reports – William F. Brewer: Autobiographical memory and survey research (11-20); Douglas J. Herrmann: The validity of retrospective reports as a function of the directness of retrieval processes (21-38); Kurt W. Back: Accuracy, truth, and meaning in autobiographical reports (39-54); Michael Ross, Roger Buehler: On authenticating and using personal recollections (55-70); Mahzarin R. Banaji, Curtis: Affect and memory in retrospective reports (71-86). Part II. Retrospective reports of behaviors - Peter Salovey, William J. Sieber, Jared B. Jobe, Gordon B. Willis: The recall of physical pain (89-106); Barbara Means, Gary E. Swan, Jared B. Jobe, James L. Esposito: The effects of estimation strategies on the accuracy of respondents' reports of cigarette smoking (107-120); Albert F. Smith, Jared B. Jobe: Validity of reports of long-term dietary memories: data and a model (121-140); Nora Cate Schaeffer: Errors of experience: response errors in reports about child support and their implications for questionnaire design (141-160); Geeta Menon: Judgments of behavorial frequencies: memory search and retrieval strategies (161-172); Edward Blair, Kathleen Williamson: On providing population data to improve respondents' estimates of autobiographical frequencies (173-186); Norbert Schwarz, Hans-J. Hippler, Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann: Retrospective reports: the impact of response formats (187-199). Part III. Event dating and time estimation - Norman M. Bradburn, Janellen Huttenlocher, Larry Hedges: Telescoping and temporal memory (203-216); John J. Skowronski, Andrew L. Betz, Charles P. Thompson, W. Richard Walker, Laura Shannon: The impact of differing memory domains on event-dating processes in self and proxy reports (217-231). Part IV. Comparisons of self and proxy reports - David J. Mingay, Steven K. Shevell, Norman M. Bradburn, Carl Ramirez: Self and proxy reports of everyday events (235-250); Seymour Sudman, Barbara Bickart, Johnny Blair, Geeta: The effect of participation level on reports of behavior and attitudes by proxy reporters (251-266); Diane Holmberg, John G. Holmes: Reconstruction of relationship memories: a mental models approach (267-289). Part V. Memories of the past and judgment of personal and social change - Leslie F. Clark, James E. Collins II, Susan M. Henry: Biasing effects of retrospective reports on current self-assessments (291-304); Karl-Heinz Reuband: Reconstructing social change through retrospective questions: methodological problems and prospects (305-312); Howard Schuman, Cheryl Rieger, Vladas Gaidys: Collective memories in the United States and Lithuania (313-333).
Keywords memory; reminiscence; biography; validity; behavior; attitude; survey research; experience; error; questionnaire; survey; survey research; response behavior; cognition; data collection method; self-presentation; biographical method; addiction; smoking; remuneration for members of parliament; rating; social change; assessment
Classification Research Design; General Psychology; Social History, Historical Social Research
Method documentation; empirical; qualitative empirical; basic research
Document language English
Publication Year 1993
Publisher Springer
City Berlin et al.
Page/Pages XVIII,360 p.
ISBN 3-540-94167-3
Status Published Version; reviewed
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