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Neuropsychologia 1497 (2003) 17Competition among multiple memory systems: converging evidence from animal and human brain studiesRussell A. Poldrack a, , Mark G. Packard baDepartment of Psychology and Brain Research Institute, Franz Hall, Unive
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PERSPECTIVESTIMELINEWhats new with the amnesic patient H.M.?Suzanne CorkinH.M. became amnesic in 1953. Since that time, nearly 100 investigators, first at the Montreal Neurological Institute and since 1966 at the Massachusetts Institute of Techn
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Baddeley The episodic buffer in working memoryReviewThe episodic buffer: a new component of working memory?Alan BaddeleyIn 1974, Baddeley and Hitch proposed a three-component model of working memory. Over the years, this has been successful in
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SCIENCES COMPASSREVIEW: NEUROSCIENCE AND PSYCHOLOGYREVIEWEmotion, Cognition, and BehaviorR. J. Dolan Emotion is central to the quality and range of everyday human experience. The neurobiological substrates of human emotion are now attracting
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3718 The Journal of Neuroscience, April 2, 2008 28(14):3718 3728Behavioral/Systems/CognitiveWorking Memory for Social Cues Recruits Orbitofrontal Cortex and Amygdala: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study of Delayed Matching to Sample f
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Memory-a Century of Consolidation James L. McGaugh, et al. Science 287, 248 (2000); DOI: 10.1126/science.287.5451.248The following resources related to this article are available online at www.sciencemag.org (this information is current as of Janua
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Neuron, Vol. 48, 175187, October 20, 2005, Copyright 2005 by Elsevier Inc.DOI 10.1016/j.neuron.2005.09.025Contributions of the Amygdala to Emotion Processing: From Animal Models to Human BehaviorElizabeth A. Phelps1,* and Joseph E. LeDoux2 1 Dep
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Brown ReviewRecognition: Recognition memory is a fundamental facet of our ability to remember. It requires a capacity for both identification and judgment of the prior occurrence of what has been identified Familiarity: you might immediately kno
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BudsonMemory Episodic Definiti onexplicit and declarative memory system used to recall personal experiences framed in our own contextSemanticgeneral store of conceptual and factual knowledge, such as the color of a lion or the first president of
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Thenew england journalofmedicinereview articlecurrent conceptsMemory DysfunctionAndrew E. Budson, M.D., and Bruce H. Price, M.D.From the Geriatric Research Education Clinical Center, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedfo
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Corkin &amp; H.M. ReviewIn H.M. Anterograde amnesia global: regardless of the kind of: memory test (free recall, cued recall, yes/no recognition, multiplechoice recognition, learning to criterion); stimulus material (words, digits, paragraphs, pseudo
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REVIEWSA CORTICALHIPPOCAMPAL SYSTEM FOR DECLARATIVE MEMORYHoward EichenbaumRecent neurobiological studies have begun to reveal the cognitive and neural coding mechanisms that underlie declarative memory our ability to recollect everyday events an
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Eichenbaum Neuroanatomy The para-hippocampal region mediates convergence of this information and extends the persistence of neocortical memory representations. The hippocampus encodes the sequences of places and events that compose episodic memories
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Hasselmo &amp; Stern ArticleBrain mechanisms underlying working memory for novel information include a buffer in parahippocampal cortices. Electrophysiological data suggest that the buffer for novel information depends on acetylcholine. Acetylcholine ac
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OpinionTRENDS in Cognitive SciencesVol.10 No.11Mechanisms underlying working memory for novel informationMichael E. Hasselmo and Chantal E. SternCenter for Memory and Brain, Department of Psychology and Program in Neuroscience, Boston Univers
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Neuropsychologia xxx (2005) xxxxxxReviewThe case of K.C.: contributions of a memory-impaired person to memory theoryR. Shayna Rosenbauma,b, , Stefan K hlerc , Daniel L. Schacterd , Morris Moscovitcha,b , o Robyn Westmacotte , Sandra E. Blackb,f
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Markram Study Activity-driven modifications in synaptic connections between neurons in the neocortex may occur during development and learning. In dual whole-cell voltage recordings from pyramidal neurons, the coincidence of postsynaptic action poten
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REPORTSLondon 298, 227 (1982); P. R. Montague and T. J. Sejnowski, Learn. Mem. 1, 1 (1994). 27. G. J. Stuart, H. U. Dodt, B. Sakmann, Pflugers Arch. 423, 511 (1993). 28. J. C. Magee, R. B. Avery, B. R. Christie, D. Johnston, J. Neurophysiol. 76, 346
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HIPPOCAMPUS 14:417 425 (2004)Evidence for Semantic Learning in Profound Amnesia: An Investigation With Patient H.M.Gail OKane, Elizabeth A. Kensinger,* and Suzanne CorkinABSTRACT: Until recently, it seemed unlikely that any semantic knowledge co
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Poldrack Review Article 2003Neurobiological studies, for instance, have identified separable cognitive or declarative and stimulusresponse habit memory systems that rely upon the medial temporal lobe (e.g. hippocampus) and basal ganglia (e.g. caudat
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Neuron, Vol. 27, 623633, September, 2000, Copyright 2000 by Cell PressHippocampal Neurons Encode Information about Different Types of Memory Episodes Occurring in the Same LocationEmma R. Wood,* Paul A. Dudchenko, R. Jonathan Robitsek, and Howard
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