Memory performance on the California Verbal Learning Test-II: findings from patients with focal frontal lesions.

@article{Baldo2002MemoryPO,
  title={Memory performance on the California Verbal Learning Test-II: findings from patients with focal frontal lesions.},
  author={Juliana V. Baldo and Dean C. Delis and Joel Israel Kramer and Arthur P. Shimamura},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS},
  year={2002},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={539-46}
}
Numerous studies have suggested that frontal cortex plays a strategic, rather than an absolute, role in memory performance. Typically, frontal patients are reported to have impaired recall but normal recognition memory. A recent meta-analysis, however, has questioned this conclusion. To further investigate the role of frontal cortex in long-term memory, patients with focal frontal lesions and age- and education-matched controls were tested on a new version of the California Verbal Learning Test… CONTINUE READING

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