The phenomenology of episodic recall. Hoerl, C. In Hoerl, C. & McCormack, T., editors, Time and Memory: Issues in Philosophy and Psychology, pages 315–335. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001.
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[first paragraph] The concept of episodic memory has been highly influential in shaping psychological research over almost three decades now. It was first introduced into the psychological literature by Endel Tulving (1972). Yet Tulving was not the first to use the term 'episodic memory'. It had been used before in a book on the philosophy of memory by Stanley Munsat (1966). Given that Tulving acknowledges Munsat as his source of inspiration, one should expect that the two authors use the term in the same sense. Looking back over the two texts, however, it soon becomes clear that Munsat and Tulving are using the term 'episodic memory' to mark out two potentially quite different phenomena.
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abstract = {[first paragraph] The concept of episodic memory has been highly influential in shaping psychological research over almost three decades now. It was first introduced into the psychological literature by Endel Tulving (1972). Yet Tulving was not the first to use the term 'episodic memory'. It had been used before in a book on the philosophy of memory by Stanley Munsat (1966). Given that Tulving acknowledges Munsat as his source of inspiration, one should expect that the two authors use the term in the same sense. Looking back over the two texts, however, it soon becomes clear that Munsat and Tulving are using the term 'episodic memory' to mark out two potentially quite different phenomena.},
address = {Oxford},
author = {Hoerl, Christoph},
booktitle = {Time and Memory: Issues in Philosophy and Psychology},
editor = {Hoerl, Christoph and McCormack, Teresa},
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pages = {315--335},
publisher = {Oxford University Press},
title = {{The phenomenology of episodic recall}},
year = {2001}
}
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