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Studies on the cellular basis of learning and memory have revealed several distinct phases of memory that can be distinguished by their time course. In addition to the traditional short-term and long-term memory distinction, several other phases of memory have been identified: forms of...
In the real world, faces are in constant motion. Recently, researchers have begun to consider how facial motion affects memory for faces. The authors offer a theoretical framework that synthesizes psychological findings on memory for moving faces. Three hypotheses about the possible roles of...
A key goal of behavioral and cognitive neuroscience is to link brain mechanisms to behavioral functions. The present article describes recent progress toward explaining how the visual cortex sees. Visual cortex, like many parts of perceptual and cognitive neocortex, is organized into six main...
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