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2001, Oxford psychology series, ISBN 0195085906, Volume 35., x, 583
This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the history and implications of the notion of multiple memory systems, of the evidence that supports it, and of the nature of the systems discovered so far... 
Cognitive neuroscience | Memory | Cognitive Psychology | Brain | Psychology | Relational memory | Cerebral cortex | Consolidation | Multiple memory systems | Plasticity | Emotional memory | Conscious recollection | Amnesia | Declarative memory | Procedural memory | Neurophysiology
Book
2014
.... Crucial to this improvement of their well-being is improving their ability to remember. Hence, people interested in improving their well-being, are often interested in memory as well... 
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Dissertation
Frontiers in psychology, ISSN 1664-1078, 09/2017, Volume 8, pp. 1533 - 1533
Word paired-associate learning is a well-established task to demonstrate sleep-dependent memory consolidation in adults as well as children... 
Memory consolidation | Electroencephalography | Sleep | Declarative memory | Child development | Episodic memory | Psychology, Multidisciplinary | Psychology | Social Sciences | episodic memory | sleep | child development | electroencephalography | memory consolidation | declarative memory
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Journal Article
Trends in cognitive sciences, ISSN 1364-6613, 02/2002, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp. 93 - 102
.... Memory formation can be observed by segregating neural responses according to whether or not each event is recalled or recognized on a subsequent memory test... 
episodic memory | ERPs | encoding | declarative memory | neuroimaging | Psychology, Experimental | Neurosciences | Social Sciences | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Behavioral Sciences | Psychology | Neurosciences & Neurology | Science & Technology
Journal Article
Animal cognition, ISSN 1435-9448, 3/2016, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 263 - 269
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