Table of contents for The remembering self : construction and accuracy in the self-narrative / edited by Ulric Neisser and Robyn Fivush.

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1. Self-narratives: true and false Ulric Neisser
2. Literary and psychological models of the self Daniel Albright
3. The remembered self Jerome Bruner
4. Composing protoselves through improvisation Craig R. Barclay
5. Mind, text and society: self-memory in social context Kenneth J. Gergen
6. Personal identity and autobiographical recall Greg J. Niemeyer and April E. Metzler
7. Constructing narrative, emotion, and self in parent-child conversations about the past Robyn Fivush
8. Narrative practices: their role in socialization and self-construction Peggy J. Miller
9. Emotionality and narrative in the emergence of the self-concept Rebecca A. Eder
10. Is memory self-serving? Wilem A. Wagenaar
11. Creative remembering Michael Ross and Roger Buehler
12. The remembered self and the enacted self Alan Baddeley
13. The authenticity and utility of memories Eugene Winograd
14. The remembered self in amnesics William Hirst
15. Perception is to self as memory is to selves Edward S. Reed.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Autobiographical memory Congresses, Memory disorders Congresses, Self Congresses