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Picture Superiority Doubly Dissociates the ERP Correlates of Recollection and Familiarity

Picture Superiority Doubly Dissociates the ERP Correlates of Recollection and Familiarity,10.1162/jocn.2010.21464,Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience,Ti

Picture Superiority Doubly Dissociates the ERP Correlates of Recollection and Familiarity   (Citations: 3)
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Abstract Two experiments investigated the processes underlying the picture superiority effect on recognition memory. Studied pictures were associated with higher accuracy than studied words, regardless of whether test stimuli were words (Experiment 1) or pictures (Experiment 2). Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) recorded during test suggested that the 300-500 ms FN400 old/new effect, hypothesized to be related to familiarity-based recognition, benefited from study/test congruity such that it was larger when study and test format remained constant than when they differed. The 500-800 ms parietal old/new effect, hypothesized to be related to recollection,benefited from studying pictures,
Journal: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience , vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 1247-1262, 2011
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    • ...It is especially problematic that implicit memory processing is not measured in studies claiming to separate FN400 correlates of familiarity from implicit memory (eg, Curran & Doyle, 2011; Jager, Mecklinger, & Kipp, 2006; Woodruff, Hayama, & Rugg, 2006), and therefore these studies do not meet their stated goals of separating neural correlates of familiarity from implicit memory processing...

    Joel L. Vosset al. More than a feeling: Pervasive influences of memory without awareness ...

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