Recall, recognition, and the medial temporal lobes

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (3):455-456 (1999)
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Abstract

Aggleton & Brown predict that recognition and episodic recall depend on different brain systems and can thus be dissociated from one another. However, intact recall with impaired recognition has not yet been demonstrated if the same type of information is used in both tests. Current evidence suggests that processes underlying familiarity-based recognition are redundant with processes underlying episodic memory.

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