Korsakoff amnesics are poor at judging the sequence of two tones.

Abstract

Alcoholic amnesics were given a test of temporal sequencing ability devised by Efron which has practically no memory component. These amnesics were very impaired on the task. However, the extent of this impairment did not relate to the magnitude of their "target memory" deficit nor did it relate to the ability to make temporal judgements from memory. Two… (More)

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@article{Meudell1991KorsakoffAA, title={Korsakoff amnesics are poor at judging the sequence of two tones.}, author={Peter R Meudell and Arion Mayes and C R Macdonald and A. Pickering and Andrew F Fairbairn}, journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior}, year={1991}, volume={27 3}, pages={431-9} }