Co jest szczególnego w efekcie lampy błyskowej?
Rocznik: 2001 Tom: 7 Numer: 2
Brown and Kulik (1977) described flashbulb memories as those of the circumstances of hearing about a highly surprising and consequential event. These memories were said to be like a photograph, to show very little forgetting, and to be produced by a special purpose memory mechanism. The aim of this article is to examine the major theoretical and empirical claims of the original Brown and Kulik paper. The evaluation of their claims in light of recent work will focus primarily on the question: What are the implications of recent studies for the hypothesis of a special flashbulb memory mechanism?