Part or parcel? Contextual binding of events in episodic memory

@inproceedings{Trinkler2006PartOP,
  title={Part or parcel? Contextual binding of events in episodic memory},
  author={Iris Trinkler and J. King and H. Spiers and N. Burgess},
  booktitle={Handbook of Binding and Memory},
  year={2006}
}
  • Iris Trinkler, J. King, +1 author N. Burgess
  • Published in
    Handbook of Binding and…
    2006
  • Computer Science
  • © Oxford University Press 2006. All rights reserved. This chapter examines whether events are the units of episodic memory. It investigates the binding of the context of an event with the event's content in episodic memory using a computer-based virtual reality (VR) paradigm involving pseudo-realistic simulated events. In a chain of pseudo-realistic events which consist of the same element categories throughout, each event appears to be encoded in terms of independent pairwise associations… CONTINUE READING

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