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Categorization – whether of objects, ideas, or events – is a cognitive process that is essential for human thinking, reasoning, and making sense of everyday experiences. Categorization abilities are typically measured by the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) similarity subtest, which...
Recent research has shown that providing a cue to selectively forget one subset of previously learned facts may result in specific forgetting of this information. Behavioral evidence suggests that this selective directed forgetting effect relies on executive control and is a direct consequence...
Items associated with high value are often better remembered. Value may increase attention toward item in context associations. Alpha oscillations (8–13 Hz) are thought to underlie attention and their observation may reveal the role attention plays in value-based memory. In the current study,...
The brain undergoes substantial structural and functional remodeling during adolescence, including alterations in memory-processing regions influenced by stress. This study evaluated brain activation using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) during spatial memory performance using a...
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