Autobiographical memory and the self in time: brain lesion effects, functional neuroanatomy, and lifespan development.

@article{Levine2004AutobiographicalMA,
  title={Autobiographical memory and the self in time: brain lesion effects, functional neuroanatomy, and lifespan development.},
  author={Brian Levine},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 1},
  pages={54-68}
}
Autobiographical remembering reflects an advanced state of consciousness that mediates awareness of the self as continuous across time. In naturalistic autobiographical memory, self-aware recollection of temporally and spatially specific episodes and generic factual information (both public and personal) operate in tandem. Evidence from both laboratory and real-life studies, however, suggests that these two processes can be dissociated. This paper reviews aging, lesion, and functional… CONTINUE READING

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