Hemispheric asymmetries in the time course of recognition memory.

@article{Federmeier2005HemisphericAI,
  title={Hemispheric asymmetries in the time course of recognition memory.},
  author={Kara D. Federmeier and Aaron S. Benjamin},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2005},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={993-8}
}
Hemispheric specialization has been studied extensively within subfields ranging from perception to language comprehension. However, the study of asymmetries for basic memory functions--an area that holds promise for bridging these low- and high-level cognitive domains--has been sporadic at best. We examined each hemisphere's tendency to retain verbal information over time, using a continuous recognition memory task with lateralized study items and central test probes. We found that the… CONTINUE READING

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