We know there are different kinds of memory, but it remains unclear how the interaction between these different systems is reflected in behavior and brain activity. David Neville investigates how the memory systems dedicated to processing semantic and episodic information combine to generate behavioural performance as measured in standard laboratory tasks.
|Date||17 June 2015|
D.A. Neville: Forms of Memory: Investigating the Computational Basis of Semantic-Episodic Memory Interactions.
Prof. J.G.W. Raaijmakers
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