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    • Prefrontal contributions to relational encoding in amnestic mild cognitive impairment. 

      Addis, DR; Browndyke, Jeffrey Nicholas; Burke, JR; Ford, JH; Foster, CM; Giovanello, Kelly S; Kaufer, DI; ... (8 authors) (Neuroimage Clin, 2016)
      Relational memory declines are well documented as an early marker for amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI). Episodic memory formation relies on relational processing supported by two mnemonic mechanisms, generation ...
    • Puzzling thoughts for H. M.: can new semantic information be anchored to old semantic memories? 

      Corkin, S; Einstein, G; Kensinger, EA; Krendl, A; Locascio, JJ; Rubin, David C; Skotko, BG; ... (8 authors) (Neuropsychology, 2004-10)
      Researchers currently debate whether new semantic knowledge can be learned and retrieved despite extensive damage to medial temporal lobe (MTL) structures. The authors explored whether H. M., a patient with amnesia, could ...
    • The neuropsychology of autobiographical memory. 

      Greenberg, DL; Rubin, David C (Cortex, 2003-09)
      This special issue of Cortex focuses on the relative contribution of different neural networks to memory and the interaction of 'core' memory processes with other cognitive processes. In this article, we examine ...
    • Visual memory loss and autobiographical amnesia: a case study. 

      Brechin, D; Eacott, MJ; Greenberg, DL; Rubin, David C (Neuropsychologia, 2005)
      Amnesia typically results from trauma to the medial temporal regions that coordinate activation among the disparate areas of cortex that represent the information that make up autobiographical memories. We proposed that ...
    • Visual memory-deficit amnesia: a distinct amnesic presentation and etiology. 

      Greenberg, DL; Rubin, David C (Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 1998-04-28)
      We describe a form of amnesia, which we have called visual memory-deficit amnesia, that is caused by damage to areas of the visual system that store visual information. Because it is caused by a deficit in access to stored ...