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A traumatikus eseményekre való emlékezés központi kérdése, hogy kisgyermekek képesek-e pontos emlékbeszámolókat adni az általuk átélt kora gyermekkori traumatikus eseményekről. Jelen tanulmány e problémakörrel foglalkozik. E probléma vonatkozásai két kérdés közelebbi tárgyalásán keresztül közelíthetőek meg. Az első kérdés az, hogy a fejlődő, kibontakozásban lévő emlékező rendszer adott jellemzői (a felnőtt emlékezettől való eltérése) miként hatnak, hogyan alakítják a fennmaradó emlékeket, különös tekintettel, ha azok mélyebb érzelmeket tartalmaznak. A terület kutatási eredményei arra világítanak rá, hogy a fejlődésben lévő emlékezeti rendszer alapvető sajátosságai rányomják a bélyegüket a korai emlékek, így a traumatikus emlékek jellegére is: kisgyerekek emlékmegőrzése az általánosítás irányában torzít, a szokatlan, egyedi eseményeket pontosabban őrzik meg, mint az ismétlődőeket. Ugyanakkor mindkét esetben az esemény célszerkezetébe illő lépésekre koncentrálnak, és az ebbe nem illőeket elhagyják. A kisgyermekkori traumatikus emlékek előhívásának megbízhatóságához kapcsolódó másik kérdés pedig az, hogy az előhívás kontextusa mennyire befolyásolja a kisgyermekeket az emlékformálásban. E kérdés tanulmányozása arra az általános eredményre vezet, hogy kisgyermekek, amiatt, hogy kevésbé képesek az emlékeik tudatos szervezésére, jobban befolyásolhatóak a kikérdezés által.

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