Theta synchronization during episodic retrieval: neural correlates of conscious awareness.

@article{Klimesch2001ThetaSD,
  title={Theta synchronization during episodic retrieval: neural correlates of conscious awareness.},
  author={Wolfgang Klimesch and Michael Doppelmayr and Andrew P. Yonelinas and Neal E. A. Kroll and Michele M. Lazzara and Dietmar Roehm and Walter Gruber},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2001},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={33-8}
}
The neural correlates of conscious awareness during successful memory retrieval were examined. In a recognition test, subjects indicated whether they consciously recalled the event in which a word was earlier presented (Remembering), or whether they recognized it on the basis that it was familiar in the absence of recollection (Knowing). An early EEG synchronization in the theta band predicted knowing, and a later remembering. Moreover, early and late event-related potentials were also found to… CONTINUE READING
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