Event-related rTMS at encoding affects differently deep and shallow memory traces

@article{Innocenti2010EventrelatedRA,
  title={Event-related rTMS at encoding affects differently deep and shallow memory traces},
  author={Iglis Innocenti and Fabio Giovannelli and Massimo Cincotta and Matteo Feurra and Nicola Riccardo Polizzotto and Giovanni Bianco and Stefano F. Cappa and Simone Rossi},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2010},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={325-30}
}
The "level of processing" effect is a classical finding of the experimental psychology of memory. Actually, the depth of information processing at encoding predicts the accuracy of the subsequent episodic memory performance. When the incoming stimuli are analyzed in terms of their meaning (semantic, or deep, encoding), the memory performance is superior with respect to the case in which the same stimuli are analyzed in terms of their perceptual features (shallow encoding). As suggested by… CONTINUE READING
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