Retention systems of the brain: Evidence from neuropsychological patients

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (6):743-744 (2003)
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Abstract

Studies of neuropsychological patients are relevant to models of how long-term memories are stored. If amnesia is considered a binding deficit and not a difficulty in transferring information from short-term to long-term memory, it is unclear why context-free semantic learning is impaired. Also the model should account for the reverse temporal gradient seen in patients with semantic dementia.

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