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Autor     T. Curran
Titel    The electrophysiology of incidental and intentional retrieval: ERP old/new effects in lexical decision and recognition memory
Zeitschrift    Neuropsychologia
Ausgabe    37
Jahr    1999
Seiten    771-785
URL    http://psych.colorado.edu/~tcurran/Curran_99.pdf

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Many ERP studies of recognition memory have been interpreted within dual-process frameworks that differentiate between familiarity and recollection (Brainerd et al., 1995; Hintzman & Curran, 1994; Jacoby, 1991). Though details differ between theories, familiarity is generally considered to reflect an assessment of the global similarity between study and test items (Hintzman, 1988; Gillund & Shiffrin, 1984), whereas recollection allows for the retrieval of detailed information concerning study items such as physical attributes or associative/contextual/source information. Within the context of such theories, studies indicate that an ERP old/new effect occurring between 400ms and 800ms is related to putative memory retrieval processes (Johnson, 1995; Rugg, 1995).

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