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Further, comparative studies of involuntary versus voluntary memories indicate that involuntary recall no more than voluntary recall accesses emotionally stressful material in normal populations (Berntsen, 1998; Berntsen & Hall, 2004; Hall & Berntsen, 2006). , Steel & Holmes, chapter 4, this volume) remains to be studied. Differences between involuntary and voluntary memories It is clear from the review so far that involuntary autobiographical memories have many characteristics in common with voluntary autobiographical memories, such as a dominance of recent and positive events.