Symposia: 221/203 - How Social Interactions Shape Remembering and Subsequent Memory

Thursday 6 July
9.00 - 10.40 h.
Andalucía III
How do social interactions affect remembering during the interaction and what is subsequently remembered? We discuss how conversations and collaborative remembering influence emotional autobiographical memory, person memory, memory for ambiguous scientific issues, memory for own and others’ decisions, and forgetting.

 

Chair
Echterhoff Gerald
Social Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Münster. Münster. Germany.

 

221/20301 Collaborative Remembering of Emotional Autobiographical Memories

(1) Rajaram, Suparna; (2) Maswood, Raeya; (3) Rasmussen, Anna Scharling

(1) Cognitive Science. Professor. Department of Psychology. Stony Brook University. USA.; (2) Cognitive Science. PhD student. Department of Psychology. Stony Brook University. USA; (3) Psychologist. Associate Professor. Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences. Aarhus University. Denmark

221/20302 Distributing Person Memory: Groups as Memory Extensions of the Individual Mind

(1) Garrido, Margarida Vaz; (2) Garcia-Marques, Leonel

(1) Social Psychologist. Professor. Department of Social and Organizational Psychology. Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL). Lisbon. Portugal.; (2) Social Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Lisbon. Lisbon. Portugal.

221/20303 The Influence of Communication with Experts on Lay People’s Memory for Ambiguous Scientific Evidence

(1) Echterhoff, Gerald; (2) Knausenberger, Judith

(1) Social Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Münster. Münster. Germany.; (2) Social Psychologist. Junior Researcher. Department of Psychology. University of Münster. Münster. Germany.

221/20304 We Distort Memories of Other’s Decisions, and Other’s Decisions Distort Memories of What We Decided

(1) Lindholm, Torun; (2) Memon, Amina; (3) Svenson, Ola

(1) Social Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology, Stockholm University. Stockholm. Sweden.; (2) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. Royal Holloway. University of London. London. Great Britain.; (3) Psychologist. Professor Emeritus. Department of Psychology. Risk Analysis, Social and Decision Research Unit. Stockholm University. Stockholm. Sweden.

221/20305 Socially Shared Retrieval-Induced Forgetting: A Mechanism for Collective Memory Formation

(1) Hirst, William

(1) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. New School for Social Research. New York. USA