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  • Personality, habits of thought and gender influence how we remember

    University of Illinois researchers Sanda, right, and Florin Dolcos studied how personality, gender, and emotion-regulation strategies appear to influence the recall of emotional personal memories.

    University of Illinois researchers Sanda, right, and Florin Dolcos studied how personality, gender, and emotion-regulation strategies appear to influence the recall of emotional personal memories.

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  • Editor's note: To contact Florin Dolcos, call 217-418-3992; email fdolcos@illinois.edu.To contact Sanda Dolcos, call 217-418-3995; email sdolcos@illinois.edu.

    The paper, “Reliving Emotional Personal Memories: Affective Biases Linked to Personality and Sex-Related Differences,” is available online.