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Memory retrieval time and memory capacity of the CA3 network : Role of gamma frequency oscillations : CA3 and memoryDE ALMEIDA, Licurgo; IDIART, Marco; LISMAN, John E et al.Learning & memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 2007, Vol 14, Num 7-12, pp 795-806, issn 1072-0502, 12 p.Article

Attribute information and the feeling-of-knowingSCHACTER, D. L; WORLING, J. R.Canadian journal of psychology. 1985, Vol 39, Num 3, pp 467-475, issn 0008-4255Article

Evidence for spontaneous retrieval of suspended but not finished prospective memoriesSCULLIN, Michael K; EINSTEIN, Gilles O; MCDANIEL, Mark A et al.Memory & cognition. 2009, Vol 37, Num 4, pp 425-433, issn 0090-502X, 9 p.Article

Accurate forced-choice recognition without awareness of memory retrievalVOSS, Joel L; BAYM, Carol L; PALLER, Ken A et al.Learning & memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 2008, Vol 15, Num 1-6, pp 454-459, issn 1072-0502, 6 p.Article

Discrepancy processes in prospective memory retrievalBRENEISER, Jennifer E; MCDANIEL, Mark A.Psychonomic bulletin & review. 2006, Vol 13, Num 5, pp 837-841, issn 1069-9384, 5 p.Article

When and why is ease of retrieval informative?RAGHUBIR, Priya; MENON, Geeta.Memory & cognition. 2005, Vol 33, Num 5, pp 821-832, issn 0090-502X, 12 p.Article

Recognition without identificationCLEARY, A. M; GREENE, R. L.Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition. 2000, Vol 26, Num 4, pp 1063-1069, issn 0278-7393Article

Retrieving the sequence of autobiographical event componentsBURT, C. D. B; WATT, S. C; MITCHELL, D. A et al.Applied cognitive psychology. 1998, Vol 12, Num 4, pp 321-338, issn 0888-4080Conference Paper

A snapshot of autobiographical memory retrieval characteristicsBURT, C. D. B; MITCHELL, D. A; RAGGATT, P. T. F et al.Applied cognitive psychology. 1995, Vol 9, Num 1, pp 61-74, issn 0888-4080Article

Relationship between affect and memory : motivation-based selective generationTAYLOR, L.Journal of personality and social psychology. 1992, Vol 62, Num 5, pp 876-882, issn 0022-3514Article

TOTimals : a controlled experimental method for studying tip-of-the-tongue statesSMITH, S. M; BROWN, J. M; BALFOUR, S. P et al.Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 1991, Vol 29, Num 5, pp 445-447, issn 0090-5054Article

Independence of question-answering strategy and searched representationSINGER, M.Memory & cognition. 1991, Vol 19, Num 2, pp 189-196, issn 0090-502X, 8 p.Article

A field study of the forensic use of hypnosisYUILLE, J. C; CHANG KWON KIM.Canadian journal of behavioural science. 1987, Vol 19, Num 4, pp 418-429, issn 0008-400XArticle

Non-ruminative processing reduces overgeneral autobiographical memory retrieval in studentsRAES, Filip; WATKINS, Edward R; WILLIAMS, J. Mark G et al.Behaviour research and therapy. 2008, Vol 46, Num 6, pp 748-756, issn 0005-7967, 9 p.Article

Illusions of competence during study can be remedied by manipulations that enhance learners' sensitivity to retrieval conditions at testKORIAT, Asher; BJORK, Robert A.Memory & cognition. 2006, Vol 34, Num 5, pp 959-972, issn 0090-502X, 14 p.Article

Involuntary retrieval in alphabet-arithmetic tasks: Task-mixing and task-switching costsKOCH, Iring; PRINZ, Wolfgang; ALLPORT, Alan et al.Psychological research/Psychologische Forschung. 2005, Vol 69, Num 4, pp 252-261, 10 p.Article

Working memory and counterexample retrieval for causal conditionalsDE NEYS, Wim; SCHAEKEN, Walter; D'YDEWALLE, Géry et al.Thinking & reasoning. 2005, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 123-150, issn 1354-6783, 28 p.Article

Induced gamma band responses: an early marker of memory encoding and retrievalGRUBER, Thomas; TSIVILIS, Dimitris; MONTALDI, Daniela et al.Neuroreport (Oxford). 2004, Vol 15, Num 11, pp 1837-1841, issn 0959-4965, 5 p.Article

The influence of distinctive processing on retrieval-induced forgettingSMITH, R. E; HUNT, R. R.Memory & cognition. 2000, Vol 28, Num 4, pp 503-508, issn 0090-502XArticle

Noncriterial recollection : Familiarity as automatic, irrelevant recollectionYONELINAS, A. P; JACOBY, L. L.Consciousness and cognition (Print). 1996, Vol 5, Num 1-2, pp 131-141, issn 1053-8100Article

Retrieval inhibition in directed forgetting and posthypnotic amnesiaBASDEN, B. H; BASDEN, D. R; WOE, W. C et al.International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis. 1994, Vol 42, Num 3, pp 184-203, issn 0020-7144Article

Detection of simulated hypnotic amnesiaSPANOS, N. P; JAMES, B; DE GROOT, H. P et al.Journal of abnormal psychology (1965). 1990, Vol 99, Num 2, pp 179-182, issn 0021-843X, 4 p.Article

Nitrous oxide and human state-dependent memoryMEWALDT, S. P; GHONEIM, M. M; CHOI, W. W et al.Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior. 1988, Vol 30, Num 1, pp 83-87, issn 0091-3057Article

Affect and memory: effects of pleasant and unpleasant odors on retrieval of happy and unhappy memoriesEHRLICHMAN, H; HALPERN, J. N.Journal of personality and social psychology. 1988, Vol 55, Num 5, pp 769-779, issn 0022-3514Article

Distinct slow and fast cortical theta dynamics in episodic memory retrievalPASTÖTTER, Bernhard; BÄUML, Karl-Heinz T.NeuroImage (Orlando, Fla.). 2014, Vol 94, pp 155-161, issn 1053-8119, 7 p.Article

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