Associative recognition in a patient with selective hippocampal lesions and relatively normal item recognition.

@article{Mayes2004AssociativeRI,
  title={Associative recognition in a patient with selective hippocampal lesions and relatively normal item recognition.},
  author={Andrew R. Mayes and Juliet S Holdstock and Claire L. Isaac and Daniela Montaldi and Jack Grigor and A B Gummer and Pietro Cariga and John J. Downes and Dimitris Tsivilis and David Gaffan and Qiyong Gong and Kenneth A. Norman},
  journal={Hippocampus},
  year={2004},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={763-84}
}
Previous work (Mayes et al., Hippocampus 12:325-340, 2002) found that patient YR, who suffered a selective bilateral lesion to the hippocampus in 1986, showed relatively preserved verbal and visual item recognition memory in the face of clearly impaired verbal and visual recall. In this study, we found that YR's Yes/No as well as forced-choice recognition of both intra-item associations and associations between items of the same kind was as well preserved as her item recognition memory. In… CONTINUE READING
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