Katalin Pauly-Takacs

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1 Human memory is a dynamic system which makes accessible certain memories of events based on a hierarchy of information, arguably driven by personal significance. Not all events are remembered, but those that are tend to be more psychologically relevant. In contrast, lifelogging is the process of automatically recording aspects of one‟s life in digital(More)
We present the case of a 13-year-old boy, CJ, with profound episodic memory difficulties following the diagnosis of a metastatic intracranial germ cell tumour and subsequent treatment with radiotherapy and chemotherapy. At the core of this study is the first application of SenseCam to a child with severe memory impairment. CJ was taken for a walk while he(More)
Episodic retrieval is characterized by the subjective experience of remembering. This experience enables the co-ordination of memory retrieval processes and can be acted on metacognitively. In successful retrieval, the feeling of remembering may be accompanied by recall of important contextual information. On the other hand, when people fail (or struggle)(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine the impact of memory accessibility on episodic future thinking. DESIGN Single-case study of neurological patient HCM and an age-matched comparison group of neurologically Healthy Controls. METHODS We administered a full battery of tests assessing general intelligence, memory, and executive functioning. To assess autobiographical(More)
Survivors of childhood brain tumors often acquire complex cognitive difficulties including impairments in attention, processing speed, and different aspects of memory function. These impairments can affect their learning in the real world and in the classroom. However, the efficacy of memory rehabilitation techniques post treatment has not yet been assessed(More)
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