Principal Investigator(s): Cannell, Charles; Scott, John; Wolfe, Donald
Summary: This data collection measures the ability of 558 adults in the Detroit metropolitan area to recall major events in their lives and to place these events in a particular time frame. In order to ascertain the quality of their memories, respondents were questioned extensively about the time they bought their house and car, when they last observed a death or illness in the family or among their friends, and if they could recall precise events such as the assassination of President Kennedy. They were... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07404.v2
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