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Episodic memory: from mind to brain.
  • E. Tulving
  • Psychology, Biology
    Annual review of psychology
  • 1 April 2004
TLDR
This chapter provides a brief history of the concept of episodic memory, describes how it has changed (indeed greatly changed) since its inception, considers criticisms of it, and discusses supporting evidence provided by neuropsychological studies of patterns of memory impairment caused by brain damage, and functional neuroimaging studies of pattern of brain activity of normal subjects engaged in various memory tasks.
Elements of episodic memory
PART I: EPISODIC/SEMANTIC DISTINCTION PART II: GENERAL ABSTRACT PROCESSING SYSTEM PART III: SYNERGISTIC ECPHORY
Depth of processing and the retention of words
SUMMARY Ten experiments were designed to explore the levels of processing framework for human memory research proposed by Craik and Lockhart (1972). The basic notions are that the episodic memory
Encoding specificity and retrieval processes in episodic memory.
TLDR
This paper describes and evaluates explanations offered by these theories to account for the effect of extralist cuing, facilitation of recall of list items by nonlist items.
How many memory systems are there
Memory is made up of a number of interrelated systems, organized structures of operating components consisting of neural substrates and their behavioral and cognitive correlates. A ternary clas-
[Episodic memory: from mind to brain].
  • E. Tulving
  • Psychology, Biology
    Revue neurologique
  • 2004
TLDR
This chapter provides a brief history of the concept of episodic memory, describes how it has changed (indeed greatly changed) since its inception, considers criticisms of it, and discusses supporting evidence provided by neuropsychological studies of patterns of memory impairment caused by brain damage, and functional neuroimaging studies of pattern of brain activity of normal subjects engaged in various memory tasks.
Priming and human memory systems.
TLDR
Evidence is converging for the proposition that priming is an expression of a perceptual representation system that operates at a pre-semantic level; it emerges early in development, and access to it lacks the kind of flexibility characteristic of other cognitive memory systems.
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