Reference\rSlotnick, S. D., & Schacter, D. L. \(2007\). Key words: familiarity; recollection; perirhinal; associative recognition; incidental learning; intentional learning, "... sight ” in problem solving has been the subject of considerable investiga-tion. Because these two types of retrieval have been linked to different states of awareness, it is reasonable to assume that they should have separable neural configurations (e.g., Henson et al., 1998).... ...y possessed a specific recollection of having seen the picture earlier (a ‘‘remember’’ judgment) or whether the picture just seemed familiar to them (a ‘‘know’’ judgment; see Gardiner =-=and Java, 1993; Tulving, 1985-=-). Tulving's research has emphasized the importance of episodic memory for our experience of consciousness and our understanding of time. ↑ Tulving, Endel; Thomson, Donald M. (1973). A behavioral study indicated that detailed (“recollective”) information was more likely to be present for words encoded with the easy versus the hard concurrent task. The cognitive neuroscience of memory and consciousness. Both item repetition and the use of a semantic encoding task were associated with memory retrieval–related hippocampal recruitment in control but not schizophrenic participants. Usin ...". Methods: Twelve patients with schizophrenia and twelve healthy control subjects participated. With one singular exception, time's arrow is straight. Memory, shmemory: Lest we forget Mnemosyne, Jaan Puhvel. This type of knowledge likely underlies the additional recollection found for prior presentation of well known stimuli compared with novel ones andmay link hippocampal activation at encoding to subsequent mem-ory performancemore generally. Conscious events interact with memory systems in learning, rehearsal and retrieval (Ebbinghaus 1885/1964; Tulving 1985). These collected essays from leading figures in cognitive psychology represent the latest research and thinking in the field. When a word was recognized, accompanied by rich recollective experiences (i.e., it was bound with rich novel episodic associations, as it was in a “R-response”) (=-=Tulving, 1985-=-), the hippocampus would be highlighted (Eldridge et al., 2000). Here we review several lines of neuropsychological research that have … Using event-related fMRI, we demonstrate that recollecting conceptual or perceptual details surrounding object encounters similarly recruits left frontopolar and posterior PFC compared with detecting novel stimuli, suggesting that a domain-general control network is engaged during contextual remembering. Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand), and Tulving (1985. Daniel L. Schacter, Anthony D. Wagner, by 80 (5): 352–373. Recognition memory was assessed by submitting the same adult monkeys to visual paired comparison (VPC) with mixed delays (10 –120 sec), followed by three consecutive versions of object-delayed nonmatching-to-sample (DNMS): increasing delays (10 – 600 sec), lengthened lists (3–10 objects), and interv ...", Recognition memory was assessed by submitting the same adult monkeys to visual paired comparison (VPC) with mixed delays (10 –120 sec), followed by three consecutive versions of object-delayed nonmatching-to-sample (DNMS): increasing delays (10 – 600 sec), lengthened lists (3–10 objects), and intervening distractors in the delays (light at 10 sec, motor task at 30 – 600 sec, or context change at 600 sec). They also indicate that, during recognition memory experiments, the hippocampus supports incidental retrieval of pre-experimental knowledge about the stimuli pre-sented. Sarah Nemanic, Maria C. Alvarado, Jocelyne Bachevalier, - 29(9):2794–2804 Kazama and Bachevalier • Damage to OFC Subregions Spared Reversal, by Conclusions: Despite a lack of hippocampal recruitment, patients with schizophrenia showed intact modulation of memory performance following both encoding interven-tions. Collectively, these data isolate task- from domain-sensitive PFC control processes strategically recruited in the service of episodic memory. Table of Contents. According to one theory, the hippocampus pla ...", ABSTRACT: Memories for certain events tend to linger in rich, vivid detail, and retrieval of these memories includes a sense of re-experienc-ing the details of the event. … Memory and working with memory: Evaluation of a component process model and comparisons with other models. VC 2010 Wiley-Liss, Inc. KEY WORDS: hippocampus; recollection; familiarity; remember/, "... 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