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Episodic memory and the importance of attribution processes to assess the retrieved memory contents
The Integrative Memory model describes the core mechanisms leading to recollection (i.e., to recall qualitative details about a past event) and familiarity (i.e., to identify some event as previously encountered) as specific computational operations applying to specific types of representation. Critically, the model distinguishes them from the subjective experiences of remembering and knowing that only emerge following additional attribution operations. I will present evidence supporting several principles from the Integrative Memory model, notably data indicating that one can report a highly vivid experience of memory despite recalling only a few episodic details. I will also present some recent data moving towards inter-personal mechanisms underlying the sharing of memories.