Talk Session I

@inproceedings{Ramscar2010TalkSI,
  title={Talk Session I},
  author={Michael Ramscar},
  year={2010}
}
Cognitive neuroscience research investigating working memory has suggested that item and inter-item relational information are processed by distinct regions of the lateral prefrontal cortex. Recent neuroimaging evidence has suggested that this distinction might hold for LTM memory encoding as well. Interestingly, the question of whether item based and inter-item relational processing can be dissociated behaviorally has long been debated with mixed results in the cognitive psychological… CONTINUE READING