Neuroanatomy of memory.

@article{ZolaMorgan1993NeuroanatomyOM,
  title={Neuroanatomy of memory.},
  author={Stuart M. Zola-Morgan and Larry R. Squire},
  journal={Annual review of neuroscience},
  year={1993},
  volume={16},
  pages={
          547-63
        }
}
Three important developments have occurred in the area of memory during the past decade. The first was the recognition that there is more than one kind of memory (Cohen 1984; Schacter 1987; Squire 1982; Tulving 1985). Declarative memory (or, explicit memory) affords the capacity for con­ scious recollections about facts and events. This is the kind of memory that is usually referred to when the terms "memory" or "remembering" are used in ordinary language. Declarative memory can be contrasted… Expand
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