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Reconsolidation or Interference? Aging Effects and the Reactivation of Novel and Familiar Episodic Memories
We examined aging effects in reconsolidation and interference in episodic memory by reactivating memories for well-learned items in young and healthy older adults while controlling memory strength and the degree semantic ...
What are Autobiographical Memories? A reply to Bauer, Baker-Ward, Krøjgaard, Peterson, and Wang (2019)
Bauer, et al. (2019) argue that Akhtar et al. (2018) state that infants and young children have no memory. But what we actually argued is that infants and young children do not in the main have conceptually rich autobiographical ...
Priming Older Adults and People with Alzheimer’s Disease Analogical Problem-solving with True and False Memories
We investigated the extent to which activation of specific information in associative networks during a memory task could facilitate subsequent analogical problem solving in healthy older adults as well as those with early ...