De Denis Perrin
Reconsidering Episodic Memory
Over the past few decades, episodic memory has enjoyed a privileged posi4on in cogni4ve neuroscience: it is typically characterized as being the pinnacle of human memory, in part due to the conscious experience of remembering the self in the past that it affords. In this talk, I discuss evidence that suggests this hierarchy may not be universal, and that in fact, episodic memory may not be as distinct from semantic memory, or even imaginationon, as once thought.
Donna Rose Addis, Université de Toronto, Département de Psychologie
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