Contents: E.R. Smith, Content and Process Specificity in the Effects of Prior Experiences. L.W. Barsalou, On the Indistinguishability of Exemplar Memory and Abstraction in Category Representation. J.N. Bassili, Cognitive Signatures and Their Forgery. D.L. Hamilton, D.M. Mackie, Specificity and Generality in the Nature and Use of Stereotypes. L.J. Jacoby, M.J. Marriott, J.G. Collins, The Specifics of Memory and Cognition. C.M. Judd, Specific Encoding Yet Abstract Retrieval of Social Categories. S.B. Klein, J. Loftus, The Role of Abstract and Exemplar-Based Knowledge in Self-Judgments: Implications for a Cognitive Model of the Self. G.D. Logan, Social Cognition Gets Specific. T.M. Ostrom, The Maturing of Social Cognition. T.K. Srull, R.S. Wyer, Jr., Content and Process Specificity: Where Do We Go from Here? E.R. Smith, Reply to Commentaries.