Hippocampal Contributions to Episodic Encoding : Insights From Relational and Item-Based Learning

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  title={Hippocampal Contributions to Episodic Encoding : Insights From Relational and Item-Based Learning},
  author={Debra Titone and Olga Krastoshevsky and Verena Krause and Zhuying Huang and Nancy Role Mendell and Ludovico Minati and F. Ghielmetti and E. M. D. Maccagnano and A Erbetta and Francesco Villani and J. Goodrich-Hunsaker},
  year={2002}
}
[PDF] [Full Text] [Abstract] , January 7, 2009; 29 (1): 131-139. J. Neurosci. K. Duncan, C. Curtis and L. Davachi Mismatch Enhancement Signals Distinct Memory Signatures in the Hippocampus: Intentional States Distinguish Match and [PDF] [Full Text] [Abstract] , May 1, 2009; 19 (5): 1198-1207. Cereb Cortex B. P. Staresina, J. C. Gray and L. Davachi and Relational Binding Event Congruency Enhances Episodic Memory Encoding through Semantic Elaboration [PDF] [Full Text] [Abstract] , May 21… CONTINUE READING

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