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Separable Neural Components in the Processing of Black and White Faces
In a study of the neural components of automatic and controlled social evaluation, White participants viewed Black and White faces during event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging. When theExpand
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Phenomenal characteristics of memories for perceived and imagined autobiographical events.
Two studies explored potential bases for reality monitoring (Johnson & Raye, 1981) of naturally occurring autobiographical events. In Study 1, subjects rated phenomenal characteristics of recent andExpand
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fMRI evidence of age-related hippocampal dysfunction in feature binding in working memory.
Richly detailed memories for particular events depend on processes that bind individual features of experience together. Previous cognitive behavioral research indicates that older adults have moreExpand
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Emotional Arousal Can Impair Feature Binding in Working Memory
To investigate whether emotional arousal affects memorial feature binding, we had participants complete a short-term source-monitoring taskremembering the locations of four different pictures. Expand
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The role of prefrontal cortex during tests of episodic memory
Recent studies of episodic memory using functional neuroimaging techniques indicate that right prefrontal cortex (PFC) is activated while people remember events. Our review suggests that left PFC isExpand
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Dissociating medial frontal and posterior cingulate activity during self-reflection.
Motivationally significant agendas guide perception, thought and behaviour, helping one to define a 'self' and to regulate interactions with the environment. To investigate neural correlates ofExpand
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Refreshing: A Minimal Executive Function
Executive functions include processes by which important information (e.g., words, objects, task goals, contextual information) generated via perception or thought can be foregrounded and therebyExpand
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Implicit and Explicit Evaluation: fMRI Correlates of Valence, Emotional Intensity, and Control in the Processing of Attitudes
Previous work suggests that explicit and implicit evaluations (goodbad) involve somewhat different neural circuits that process different dimensions such as valence, emotional intensity, andExpand
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Second Thoughts versus Second Looks: An Age-Related Deficit in Reflectively Refreshing Just-Activated Information
Age-related deficits in memory are greater as encoding and retrieval tasks require more reflective (self-generated or executive) processing. One problem in developing more specific models ofExpand
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Using fMRI to investigate
Using fMRI, we investigated the functional organization of prefrontal cortex (PFC) as participants briefly thought of a single just-experienced item (i.e., refreshed an active representation). TheExpand
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