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Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory: Quality and Quantity of Retention

  • The present study parametrically investigates the quantity and quality of details of autobiographical memories acquired 1-week, 1-month, 1-year, and 10-years prior in HSAMs and controls.
  • Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory participants have a remarkable ability to recall details of personal and public events over an extensive range of lifetime periods (Parker et al., 2006; LePort et al., 2012).
  • One study assessing autobiographical memory in major depressive disorder reported an effect size of d = 1.00 concerning the number of autobiographical details patients recalled as compared to controls over time (Soderlund et al., 2014).
  • A study assessing the number of autobiographical events from various time points that individuals with ‘time-space’ synesthesia could recall, as compared to controls, reported an effect size of d = 1.707 (Simner et al., 2009).

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