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Brain oscillatory subsequent memory effects differ in power and long-range synchronization between semantic and survival processing

Fellner, Marie-Christin, Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T. and Hanslmayr, Simon (2013) Brain oscillatory subsequent memory effects differ in power and long-range synchronization between semantic and survival processing. NeuroImage 79, pp. 361-370.

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Abstract

Memory crucially depends on the way how information is processed during encoding. Differences in processes during encoding not only lead to differences in memory performance but also rely on different brain networks. Although these assumptions are corroborated by several previous fMRI and ERP studies, little is known about how brain oscillations dissociate between different memory encoding tasks. ...

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Item type:Article
Date:2013
Institutions:Psychology and Pedagogy > Institut für Psychologie > Lehrstuhl für Psychologie IV (Entwicklungs- und Kognitionspsychologie) - Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Bäuml
Keywords:Encoding, Levels of processing, Strategy, Adaptive memory, Long term memory, desynchronization
Dewey Decimal Classification:100 Philosophy & psychology > 150 Psychology
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes, this version has been refereed
Created at the University of Regensburg:Yes
Item ID:28166
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