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Changes in familiarity and recollection across the lifespan: An ERP perspective
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Episodic-memory development reflects the increasingly flexible and interchangeable use of familiarity and recollection with a breakdown in the latter at older ages, perhaps limited to poor-performing older adults. Expand
Effects of Age on the Neural Correlates of Familiarity as Indexed by ERPs
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The inability to detect a reliable midfrontal old–new effect in older participants was not a consequence of an age-related decline in the strength of familiarity, raising the possibility that familiarity-based recognition memory depends upon qualitatively different memory signals in older and young adults. Expand
Pre-stimulus neural activity predicts successful encoding of inter-item associations
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Results provide evidence that pre-stimulus processes may be deleterious, rather than beneficial, to associative encoding, and neocortical and hippocampus effects are suggested to reflect encoding processes that increase familiarity of single items. Expand
The relationships between age, associative memory performance, and the neural correlates of successful associative memory encoding
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It is suggested that the IFG is especially vulnerable to age-related decline in functional integrity and that the relationship between encoding-related activity in right IFG and memory performance depends on the experimental context. Expand
Sensitivity of negative subsequent memory and task-negative effects to age and associative memory performance
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The findings demonstrate that negative subsequent memory and task-negative effects depend on dissociable neural mechanisms and likely reflect distinct cognitive processes. Expand
The relationship between task‐related and subsequent memory effects
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The findings for the negative subsequent memory effects are consistent with recent proposals that the default mode network is functionally heterogeneous, and suggest that these effects are not accurately characterized as reflections of the modulation of the network as a whole. Expand
The Development of Control Processes Supporting Source Memory Discrimination as Revealed by Event-related Potentials
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The findings support the notion that the development of source memory relies on the maturation of control processes that serve to enhance accurate selection of task-relevant memories. Expand
The neural correlates of recollection and retrieval monitoring: Relationships with age and recollection performance
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The findings suggest that the relationships between memory performance and functional activity in regions consistently implicated in successful recollection and retrieval monitoring are stable across much of the healthy adult lifespan. Expand
Recollection-related increases in functional connectivity across the healthy adult lifespan
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Examination of recollection-related changes in connectivity and their relationship with performance varied across samples of young, middle-aged, and older adults suggested that these effects reflect age-related differences in neuromodulation. Expand
Independent contributions of fMRI familiarity and novelty effects to recognition memory and their stability across the adult lifespan
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It is concluded that the neural correlates of familiarity‐based memory judgments, and their relationship with familiarity strength, are largely stable across much of the healthy adult lifespan. Expand
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