Human recognition memory: a cognitive neuroscience perspective

@article{Rugg2003HumanRM,
  title={Human recognition memory: a cognitive neuroscience perspective},
  author={Michael D. Rugg and Andrew P. Yonelinas},
  journal={Trends in Cognitive Sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={313-319}
}

Figures from this paper

Behavioral and neurocomputational investigations of human recognition memory and cognition
TLDR
The research presented for this thesis combines behavioral and computational methodologies to investigate aspects of recognition memory and related cognitive domains that have to date been poorly understood.
Components of recognition memory: Dissociable cognitive processes or just differences in representational complexity?
TLDR
A representational‐hierarchical view is described that provides an account of cognition, including mnemonic and perceptual processing, within a brain pathway the authors term the ventral visual‐perirhinal‐hippocampal stream and uses these principles to reconsider some of the evidence for neuroanatomical, dual‐process models of recognition memory.
Theories of Recognition Memory
Event-related potentials and recognition memory
Recognition memory and the medial temporal lobe: a new perspective
TLDR
The methods traditionally used to separate recollection from familiarity instead separate strong memories from weak memories, and it is suggested that these structures work together in a cooperative and complementary way.
Electrophysiological Measures of Familiarity Memory
  • A. Mecklinger
  • Psychology, Biology
    Clinical EEG and neuroscience
  • 2006
TLDR
It is illustrated how familiarity memory is reflected in the mid-frontal old/new effect, how it can electrophysiologically be dissociated from other forms of memory and which brain systems mediate this form of remembering.
Electromagnetic Correlates of Recognition Memory Processes
TLDR
The complexity of this task is highlighted by findings indicating that recognition memory can already be affected by preparatory processes prior to stimulus onset, and the need for converging evidence for functional relationships between recollection and familiarity and respective neuroanatomic substrates.
Object recognition memory: Neurobiological mechanisms of encoding, consolidation and retrieval
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 86 REFERENCES
On the relationship between recall and recognition memory.
The relationship between recall and recognition has been a central topic for the study of memory. A test of alternative views about recall and recognition was arranged by studying amnesic patients.
Recognition Memory and the Human Hippocampus
The Neuropsychology of Memory
TLDR
This paper presents a summary of presently available information about the neuropsychology of human memory, emphasizing three ideas: a) the neural substrate of memory continues to change for a long time after initial learning, which is distinct from the changes underlying forgetting and involves the medial temporal region of the brain.
The Nature of Recollection and Familiarity: A Review of 30 Years of Research
To account for dissociations observed in recognition memory tests, several dual-process models have been proposed that assume that recognition judgments can be based on the recollection of details
Brain potentials of recollection and familiarity
  • T. Curran
  • Psychology, Biology
    Memory & cognition
  • 2000
TLDR
Differences in the timing and spatial topography of the FN400 and parietal effects support the view that familiarity and recollection arise from distinct neurocognitive processes.
Using ERPs to dissociate recollection from familiarity in picture recognition.
Recognition memory: What are the roles of the perirhinal cortex and hippocampus?
TLDR
This work focuses on the central issue in this dispute — the relative contributions of the hippocampus and the perirhinal cortex to recognition memory.
The Neuropsychology of Memory Illusions: False Recall and Recognition in Amnesic Patients
TLDR
It is suggested that false recognition of nonstudied words preceded by numerous associates depends on the same kinds of semantic and associative information about study list words that also supports accurate recognition.
Preserved Recognition in a Case of Developmental Amnesia: Implications for the Acaquisition of Semantic Memory?
TLDR
His recall of previously unfamiliar newsreel event was impaired, but gained substantially from repetition over a 2-day period, consistent with the hypothesis that the recollective process of episodic memory is not necessary either for recognition or for the acquisition of semantic knowledge.
Remembering episodes: a selective role for the hippocampus during retrieval
TLDR
It is shown that activity in the hippocampus increased only when retrieval was accompanied by conscious recollection of the learning episode, indicating that the hippocampus selectively supports the retrieval of episodic memories.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...