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Öner, S., & Gülgöz, S. (2016). Latent constructs model explaining the attachment-linked variation in autobiographical remembering. Memory24(3), 364-382.

Uzer, T., & Gülgöz, S. (2015). Socioemotional selectivity in older adults: Evidence from the subjective experience of angry memories. Memory23(6), 888-900.

Ece, B. & Gülgöz, S. (2014). The Impact of Suppressing the Typical Life Events on the Reminiscence Bump. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28, 702-710.

Demiray, B., Gülgöz, S., & Bluck, S. (2009).  Examining the Life Story Account of the Reminiscence Bump: Why We Remember More from Young Adulthood.  Memory, 17, 708-723.

Besken, M., & Gülgöz, S. (2008).  Reliance on Schemas in Source Memory: Age Differences and Similarity of Schemas.  Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 16, 1-21.

Rubin, D. C., Schrauf, R. W., Gülgöz, S., & Naka, M. (2007). Cross-cultural variability of component processes in autobiographical remembering: Japan, Turkey, and the USA. Memory15(5), 536-547.

Küntay, A. C., Gülgöz, S., & Tekcan, A. İ. (2004). Disputed memories of twins: how ordinary are they?. Applied cognitive psychology18(4), 405-413.

Tekcan, A. I., Ece, B., Gülgöz, S., & Er, N. (2003). Autobiographical and event memory for 9/11: Change across one year. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17, 1057-1066.

İkier, S., Tekcan, A. İ., Gülgöz, S., & Küntay, A. C. (2003). Whose life is it anyway? Adoption of each other’s autobiographical memories by twins. Applied Cognitive Psychology17(2), 237-247.

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