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Context dependent memory in two

01 09 2013Research article Open Access Published: 01 September 2013 Context dependent memory in two learning environments: the tutorial room and the operating theatre Andrew P Coveney 1 Timothy Switzer 1 Mark A Corrigan 1 Henry P Redmond 1 BMC Medical Education volume 13 Article number: 118 (2013) Cite this article 12k Accesses 2 Citations 12 Altmetric Metrics details Abstract

Structural and Functional MRI Evidence for Distinct

Here we present data from a context-dependent relational memory task in which participants learned that individuals belonged in a single room in each of two buildings Room assignment was consistent with an underlying contextual rule structure in which male and participants were assigned to opposite sides of a building and the side assignment switched between buildings In two

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Context

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RESEARCH Open Access Verbal learning in the context of

RESEARCH Open Access Verbal learning in the context of background music: no influence of vocals and instrumentals on verbal learning Lutz Jncke1 2 3* Eliane Brgger1 Moritz Brummer1 Stephanie Scherrer1 and Nsreen Alahmadi2 Abstract Background: Whether listening to background music enhances verbal learning performance is still a matter of dispute In this study we investigated the

Spatial Representations of Hippocampal CA1 Neurons Are

Although it is well known that hippocampal neurons code spatial information it is less clear how these spatial representations are influenced by memory demands especially in hippocampus-dependent tasks Recently our laboratory has demonstrated that hippocampal spatial representations are influenced by mnemonic factors in a T-maze continuous alternation task

Rapid experience

De novo protein synthesis is critical for memory formation We found that protein synthesis during acquisition is transiently required for contextual memory formation We identified one candidate gene Nrgn (encoding protein neurogranin Ng) with enhanced translation upon novel-context exposure and found that experience-dependent translation of Ng in the hippocampus is required for contextual

Context

Context-dependency effects on memory for lists of unrelated words have been shown more often with recall than with recognition Context dependency for meaningful text material was examined using two standard academic testing techniques: short answer (recall) and multiple choice (recognition) Forty participants read an article in either silent or noisy conditions their reading comprehension

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Does the mind map learning

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Does the mind map learning strategy facilitate information retrieval and critical thinking in medical students? Anthony V D'Antoni1 2* Genevieve Pinto Zipp1 Valerie G Olson1 Terrence F Cahill1 Abstract Background: A learning strategy underutilized in medical education is mind mapping Mind maps are multi-sensory tools that may help medical students

Putting false memories into context: the effects of

We used the context-dependent memory (CDM) model to construct same versus different context conditions using odours as contexts and DRM lists as to-be-remembered stimuli Experiment 1 showed that levels of correct recall were higher in the same-context condition than in the changed-context condition but no effects of context were observed in false recall Experiment 2 used different odours

The dynamics of memory: Context

Contrary to previous research on context-dependent memory recall of set 1 objects was better when it took place in a different context (Experiment 4) than when it took place in the same context (Experiment 1) However our design is different from that usually employed in the study of context-dependent memory in that subjects in our study learned a second set in the same spatial context in

Cortex

CORTEX is an international journal devoted to the study of cognition and of the relationship between the nervous system and mental processes particularly as these are reflected in the behaviour of patients with acquired brain lesions normal volunteers children with typical and atypical development and in the activation of brain regions and systems as recorded by functional neuroimaging

Context

In psychology context-dependent memory is the improved recall of specific episodes or information when the context [circular reference] present at encoding and retrieval are the same In a simpler manner when events are represented in memory contextual information is stored along with memory targets the context can therefore cue memories containing that contextual information

Context

Three experiments investigated context-dependent effects of background colour in free recall with groups of items Undergraduates (N=113) intentionally studied 24 words presented in blocks of 6 on a computer screen with two different background colours The two background colours were changed screen-by-screen randomly (random condition) or alternately (alternation condition) during the study

Context

In psychology context-dependent memory is the improved recall of specific episodes or information when the context [circular reference] present at encoding and retrieval are the same In a simpler manner when events are represented in memory contextual information is stored along with memory targets the context can therefore cue memories containing that contextual information

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access The effect of object

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access The effect of object processing in content-dependent source memory Heekyeong Park* Fernando Leal Catherine Spann and Cheryl Abellanoza Abstract Background: Previous studies have suggested that the study condition of an item influences how the item is encoded However it is still unclear whether subsequent source memory effects are dependent

Context

Context-dependency effects on memory for lists of unrelated words have been shown more often with recall than with recognition Context dependency for meaningful text material was examined using two standard academic testing techniques: short answer (recall) and multiple choice (recognition) Forty participants read an article in either silent or noisy conditions their reading comprehension

Spread of activation and deactivation in the brain: Does

Open Access Publications 2014 Spread of activation and deactivation in the brain: Does age matter? Brian A Gordon Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis Chun-Yu Tse Chinese University of Hong Kong Gabriele Gratton University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Monica Fabiani University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Follow this and additional works at:https://digitalcommons wustl

Schemas and Memory Consolidation

Memory encoding occurs rapidly but the consolidation of memory in the neocortex has long been held to be a more gradual process We now report however that systems consolidation can occur extremely quickly if an associative "schema" into which new information is incorporated has previously been created In experiments using a hippocampal-dependent paired-associate task for rats the

Memory and the learning environment

Further research should examine the impact that studying to music might have on test performance "Context-Dependent Memory for Meaningful Material: Information for Students" Applied Cognitive Psychology Volume 12 Number 6 December 1998 pp 617-623 Published in ERN March 1999 Volume 12 Number 3 Categories: Retention

Sleep

While a role for sleep in declarative memory processing is established the qualitative nature of this consolidation benefit and the physiological mechanisms mediating it remain debated Here we investigate the impact of sleep physiology on characteristics of episodic memory using an item- (memory elements) and context- (contextual details associated with those elements) learning paradigm

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Context-Dependent Memory under Stressful Conditions: The Case of Skydiving Laura A Thompson Keith L Williams and Paul R L'Esperance Human Factors 2016 43: 4 611-619 Share Share Social Media Email Share Access Share this article via social media The e-mail addresses that you supply to use this service will not be used for any other purpose without your consent Recommend to a

Stimulating the hippocampal posterior

Stimulating the hippocampal posterior-medial network enhances task-dependent connectivity and memory Kristen N Warren Molly S Hermiller Aneesha S Nilakantan Joel L Voss Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University United States Research Article Nov 14 2019 Cited 0 Views 898 Annotations Open annotations The current annotation count on this page is being calculated Cite

Forgetting

The research into the processes involved in consolidation reminds us that memory relies on biological processes although the exact manner by which neurons are altered during the formation of new memories has not yet been fully explained However there is no doubt that investigating the role of neurons and neurotransmitters will provide new and important insights into memory and forgetting

Contextual Fear Memory Formation and Destabilization

Hippocampus-dependent spatial and aversive memory processes entail Ca 2+ signals generated by ryanodine receptor (RyR) Ca 2+ channels residing in the endoplasmic reticulum membrane Rodents exposed to different spatial memory tasks exhibit significant hippocampal RyR upregulation Contextual fear conditioning generates robust hippocampal memories through an associative learning process

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