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Feature memory and binding in young and older adults
TLDR
The experiments presented here were designed to investigate the possibility that age-related changes in memory for complex events arise from deficits inMemory for the kinds of information that comprise complex memories, the processes necessary for binding this information into complex memory, or both of these components.
Separable Neural Components in the Processing of Black and White Faces
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Results provide evidence for neural distinctions between automatic and more controlled processing of social groups, and suggest that controlled processes may modulate automatic evaluation.
Reality Monitoring
People remember information from two basic sources: that derived from external sources (obtained through perceptual processes) and that generated by internal processes such as reasoning, imagination,
Source monitoring 15 years later: what have we learned from fMRI about the neural mechanisms of source memory?
Focusing primarily on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), this article reviews evidence regarding the roles of subregions of the medial temporal lobes, prefrontal cortex, posterior
Neural Evidence of Statistical Learning: Efficient Detection of Visual Regularities Without Awareness
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Evidence of learning emerged early during familiarization, showing that statistical learning can operate very quickly and with little exposure, and the findings help elucidate the underlying nature of statistical learning.
Evaluating characteristics of false memories: Remember/know judgments and memory characteristics questionnaire compared
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R rates of false recognition for lures were significantly lower than rates of correct recognition when items from various themes were intermixed instead of blocked at acquisition and subjects made MCQ ratings instead of RK judgments.
Memory and reality.
TLDR
An approach to studying the nature of mental experiences and the constructive encoding, revival, and evaluative processes involved (the source monitoring framework) is described.
MEM: Mechanisms of Recollection
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This work considers how central aspects of complex events are bound to each other and proposes that these same cognitive activities operate to bind central and contextual elements into episodic memories.
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