Graphical appearance of the Cue-Recalled Autobiographical Memory (CRAM) test user interface.

Each panel represents a separate part of the CRAM test. (A) Subjects first label 30 memories recalled upon presentation of 7 words stochastically sampled from their natural language usage frequency. (B) Each memory is then dated into one of 10 temporal bins, based on the subject's age at the time of the event, the date of the event, and/or the time lapsed from the event. (C) Finally, participants score the content of 10 memories by counting the number of elements recalled from the event for each of eight distinct features (People … Details). Every feature is accompanied by a brief definition, schematically illustrated here by a few dotted lines underneath (see section B of the Supporting Information S1 for their full text).