A single-system interpretation of dissociations between recognition and categorization in a task involving object-like stimuli.

@article{Zaki2001ASI,
  title={A single-system interpretation of dissociations between recognition and categorization in a task involving object-like stimuli.},
  author={S R Zaki and Robert M. Nosofsky},
  journal={Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={1 4},
  pages={344-59}
}
  • S R Zaki, Robert M. Nosofsky
  • Published 2001 in Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience
In previous research (Reed, Squire, Patalano, Smith, & Jonides, 1999), amnesic patients performed at near normal levels in a categorization task involving stimuli with discrete features, but showed impaired recall of the features. These results were taken as evidence of the existence of separate memory systems for categorization and recall/recognition. The present research addresses a single-system account of this dissociation. In Experiment 1, results closely matching the dissociation pattern… CONTINUE READING