Nicole Alea
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A tale of three functions: The self–reported uses of autobiographical memory
S Bluck, N Alea, T Habermas, DC Rubin
Social cognition 23 (1), 91-117, 2005
Why are you telling me that? A conceptual model of the social function of autobiographical memory
N Alea, S Bluck
Memory 11 (2), 165-178, 2003
Exploring the functions of autobiographical memory: Why do I remember the autumn?
S Bluck, N Alea
Springer Publishing Company, 2002
I'll keep you in mind: The intimacy function of autobiographical memory
N Alea, S Bluck
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2007
Crafting the TALE: Construction of a measure to assess the functions of autobiographical remembering
S Bluck, N Alea
Memory 19 (5), 470-486, 2011
Remembering being me: The self-continuity function of autobiographical memory in younger and older adults
S Bluck, N Alea
Self continuity: Individual and collective perspectives, 55-70, 2008
Thinking and talking about the past: Why remember?
S Bluck, N Alea
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2009
Young and older adults' expression of emotional experience: Do autobiographical narratives tell a different story?
N Alea, S Bluck, AB Semegon
Journal of Adult Development 11 (4), 235-250, 2004
The first sight of love: Relationship-defining memories and marital satisfaction across adulthood
N Alea, SC Vick
Memory 18 (7), 730-742, 2010
When does meaning making predict subjective well-being? Examining young and older adults in two cultures
N Alea, S Bluck
Memory 21 (1), 44-63, 2013
You get what you need: The psychosocial functions of remembering.
S Bluck, N Alea, B Demiray
Wiley-Blackwell, 2010
Differences in the indicators of depressive symptoms among a community sample of African–American and Caucasian older adults
TL Mills, NL Alea, JA Cheong
Community Mental Health Journal 40 (4), 309-331, 2004
Going global: The functions of autobiographical memory in cultural context
N Alea, Q Wang
Memory 23 (1), 1-10, 2015
Functions of autobiographical memory in Taiwanese and American emerging adults
HW Liao, S Bluck, N Alea, CL Cheng
Memory 24 (4), 423-436, 2016
The quality of self, social, and directive memories: Are there adult age group differences?
N Alea, MJ Arneaud, S Ali
International Journal of Behavioral Development 37 (5), 395-406, 2013
Function in context: Why American and Trinidadian young and older adults remember the personal past
N Alea, S Bluck, S Ali
Memory 23 (1), 55-68, 2015
The bumps in Trinidadian life: Reminiscence bumps for positive and negative life events
N Alea, S Ali, B Marcano
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (2), 174-184, 2014
Compensatory help-seeking in young and older adults: does seeking help, help?
N Alea, WR Cunningham
Experimental aging research 29 (4), 437-456, 2003
“We-ness” in relationship-defining memories and marital satisfaction
N Alea, JA Singer, B Labunko
Couple resilience, 163-177, 2015
Remembering the historical roots of remembering the personal past
S Bluck, N Alea, S Ali
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (3), 290-300, 2014
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