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    Alberini, C. M.

    Mechanisms of memory stabilization: are consolidation and reconsolidation similar or distinct processes?

    2005 - Trends in Neurosciences

    In-text: (Alberini 51-56)

    Your Bibliography: Alberini, Cristina M. "Mechanisms Of Memory Stabilization: Are Consolidation And Reconsolidation Similar Or Distinct Processes?." Trends in Neurosciences 28.1 (2005): 51-56. Web.

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    Barnes, J. M. and Underwood, B. J.

    "Fate" of first-list associations in transfer theory.

    1959 - Journal of Experimental Psychology

    In-text: (Barnes and Underwood 97-105)

    Your Bibliography: Barnes, Jean M., and Benton J. Underwood. ""Fate" Of First-List Associations In Transfer Theory.." Journal of Experimental Psychology 58.2 (1959): 97-105. Web.

  • Journal

    Davis, R. L. and Zhong, Y.

    The Biology of Forgetting—A Perspective

    2017 - Neuron

    In-text: (Davis and Zhong 490-503)

    Your Bibliography: Davis, Ronald L., and Yi Zhong. "The Biology Of Forgetting—A Perspective." Neuron 95.3 (2017): 490-503. Web.

  • Journal

    Dudai, Y.

    The Restless Engram: Consolidations Never End

    2012 - Annual Review of Neuroscience

    In-text: (Dudai 227-247)

    Your Bibliography: Dudai, Yadin. "The Restless Engram: Consolidations Never End." Annual Review of Neuroscience 35.1 (2012): 227-247. Web.

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    Loftus, E. F. and Palmer, J. C.

    Reconstruction of automobile destruction: An example of the interaction between language and memory

    1974 - Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior

    In-text: (Loftus and Palmer 585-589)

    Your Bibliography: Loftus, Elizabeth F., and John C. Palmer. "Reconstruction Of Automobile Destruction: An Example Of The Interaction Between Language And Memory." Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior 13.5 (1974): 585-589. Web.

  • Journal

    McClelland, J. L.

    Incorporating rapid neocortical learning of new schema-consistent information into complementary learning systems theory.

    2013 - Journal of Experimental Psychology: General

    In-text: (McClelland 1190-1210)

    Your Bibliography: McClelland, James L. "Incorporating Rapid Neocortical Learning Of New Schema-Consistent Information Into Complementary Learning Systems Theory.." Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142.4 (2013): 1190-1210. Web.

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    Nader, K., Schafe, G. E. and Le Doux, J. E.

    Fear memories require protein synthesis in the amygdala for reconsolidation after retrieval

    2000 - Nature

    In-text: (Nader, Schafe and Le Doux 722-726)

    Your Bibliography: Nader, Karim, Glenn E. Schafe, and Joseph E. Le Doux. "Fear Memories Require Protein Synthesis In The Amygdala For Reconsolidation After Retrieval." Nature 406.6797 (2000): 722-726. Web.

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    Nyberg, L., Mclntosh, A. R., Houle, S., Nilsson, L. and Tulving, E.

    Activation of medial temporal structures during episodic memory retrieval

    1996 - Nature

    In-text: (Nyberg et al. 715-717)

    Your Bibliography: Nyberg, L. et al. "Activation Of Medial Temporal Structures During Episodic Memory Retrieval." Nature 380.6576 (1996): 715-717. Web.

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    Peigneux, P., Laureys, S., Fuchs, S., Collette, F., Perrin, F., Reggers, J., Phillips, C., Degueldre, C., Del Fiore, G., Aerts, J., Luxen, A. and Maquet, P.

    Are Spatial Memories Strengthened in the Human Hippocampus during Slow Wave Sleep?

    2004 - Neuron

    In-text: (Peigneux et al. 535-545)

    Your Bibliography: Peigneux, Philippe et al. "Are Spatial Memories Strengthened In The Human Hippocampus During Slow Wave Sleep?." Neuron 44.3 (2004): 535-545. Web.

  • Journal

    Race, E., Keane, M. M. and Verfaellie, M.

    Medial Temporal Lobe Damage Causes Deficits in Episodic Memory and Episodic Future Thinking Not Attributable to Deficits in Narrative Construction

    2011 - Journal of Neuroscience

    In-text: (Race, Keane and Verfaellie 10262-10269)

    Your Bibliography: Race, E., M. M. Keane, and M. Verfaellie. "Medial Temporal Lobe Damage Causes Deficits In Episodic Memory And Episodic Future Thinking Not Attributable To Deficits In Narrative Construction." Journal of Neuroscience 31.28 (2011): 10262-10269. Web.

  • Journal

    Schacter, D. L. and Dodson, C. S.

    Misattribution, false recognition and the sins of memory

    2001 - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences

    In-text: (Schacter and Dodson 1385-1393)

    Your Bibliography: Schacter, Daniel L., and Chad S. Dodson. "Misattribution, False Recognition And The Sins Of Memory." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences 356.1413 (2001): 1385-1393. Web.

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    Tulving, E., Markowitsch, H. J., Craik, F. I. M., Habib, R. and Houle, S.

    Novelty and Familiarity Activations in PET Studies of Memory Encoding and Retrieval

    1996 - Cerebral Cortex

    In-text: (Tulving et al. 71-79)

    Your Bibliography: Tulving, E. et al. "Novelty And Familiarity Activations In PET Studies Of Memory Encoding And Retrieval." Cerebral Cortex 6.1 (1996): 71-79. Web.

  • Journal

    Tulving, E.

    Memory and consciousness.

    1985 - Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne

    In-text: (Tulving 1-12)

    Your Bibliography: Tulving, Endel. "Memory And Consciousness.." Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne 26.1 (1985): 1-12. Web.

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    Vinogradova, O.

    Hippocampus as comparator: Role of the two input and two output systems of the hippocampus in selection and registration of information

    2001 - Hippocampus

    In-text: (Vinogradova 578-598)

    Your Bibliography: Vinogradova, O.S. "Hippocampus As Comparator: Role Of The Two Input And Two Output Systems Of The Hippocampus In Selection And Registration Of Information." Hippocampus 11.5 (2001): 578-598. Web.

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    Wittmann, B. C., Schott, B. H., Guderian, S., Frey, J. U., Heinze, H. J. and Düzel, E.

    Reward-related fMRI activation of dopaminergic midbrain is associated with enhanced hippocampus-dependent long-term memory formation

    2005 - e-Neuroforum

    In-text: (Wittmann et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Wittmann, B. C. et al. "Reward-Related Fmri Activation Of Dopaminergic Midbrain Is Associated With Enhanced Hippocampus-Dependent Long-Term Memory Formation." e-Neuroforum 11.2 (2005): n. pag. Web.

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