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Memory, Identity and the Future of Cultural Psychology
Memory, identity and the future of cultural psychology
DavidBakhurst

I begin with two examples. The first is a case of experiential memory.1 Whenever I hear the opening of the Beatles’ All my Lovin’ I experience an uncanny sensation of the past. I am transported to my early childhood in the ...

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