Attenuated Boundary Extension Produces a Paradoxical Memory Advantage in Amnesic Patients

@inproceedings{Mullally2012AttenuatedBE,
  title={Attenuated Boundary Extension Produces a Paradoxical Memory Advantage in Amnesic Patients},
  author={Sin{\'e}ad L. Mullally and Helene Intraub and Eleanor A. Maguire},
  booktitle={Current Biology},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND When we view a scene, we construct an internal representation of the scene that extends beyond its given borders. This cognitive phenomenon is revealed by a subsequent memory error when we confidently misremember the extended scene instead of the original. This effect is known as "boundary extension" and is apparent in adults, children, and… CONTINUE READING