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Disruption of short term recognition memory for tones: streaming or interference?
After the A6 attempt, the recognition list test (recognition memory) is applied, when a list containing 12 words from list A, 12 words from list B and other distractors (similar to the words of the A and B lists in phonologic or semantic terms) is read to the subject.
The PRM is a test that uses a visual pattern recognition memory in a two-choice forced discrimination task.
Consequently, in the present study, we aimed to investigate both encoding and retrieval stages in an associative recognition memory task in schizophrenia patients, using deep encoding and manipulating the semantic coherence of to be learned stimuli.
When investigated further, we found that the GPi DBS patients obtained lower baseline scores on tests of general intellectual functioning (VIQ: t(38) = 4.24, p < 0.001; PIQ: t(38) = 2.33, p< 0.05), recognition memory (RMT words: U = 65.5, p < 0.05; RMT faces: t(37) = 3.74, p < 0.01), attention (TEA EC with distraction: t(37) = 2.76, p < 0.05), and executive functioning (category fluency: t(37) = 2.75, p < 0.05; Stroop: t(35) = 3.49, p < 0.01; Brixton: t(33) = 4.12, p < 0.01).
The Visual Associative Recognition Memory chart shown below summarizes the steps involved in this dream translation process.
At the conclusion of the study phase, participants completed a self-paced recognition memory test.
Spatial recognition memory can be measured by the absolute and percentage duration spent in the novel arm.
Thus, the primary purpose of this study was to test whether and how different message appeals influence people's risk message processing outcomes, that is, their risk perception, assessment of probability of risk, and recognition memory of the risk message.
Compared with placebo, EGCG significantly improved scores on scales that assessed visual recognition memory (p < 0.04), inhibitory control (p = 0.041), and adaptive behavior (p = 0.002).
Social recognition memory depends on the interaction between the hippocampus and basolateral amydala [49].
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