episodic memory


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episodic memory

Neurology A 'cognitive' form of memory based on personal experience. See Memory.

episodic memory

The ability to recall discrete events (e.g., in one's personal history).
See also: memory
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The results of episodic memory test were the following: the mean (sd) immediate memory score of the control group was 28.
Within LTM, episodic memory would then influence semantic memory enhancing the link with processing and thinking about new knowledge.
Procedural memory represents consolidated knowledge, whereas episodic memory provides cues when the procedural memory exhibits inefficient performance.
Another study reported a strong effect of baseline cognitive processing speed, executive function, episodic memory, and language processing as well as vascular burden when comparing patients who achieved depression remission with those who did not.
A twenty- two year prospective study on 1076 participants of the Framingham study showed that lower scores on measures of episodic memory, semantic memory, new learning, recall and abstract reasoning were risk factors for development of probable Alzheimer's disease (pAD).
3%) found no statistically significant between-group differences in cognitive functioning: verbal episodic memory, attention, IQ, visual memory, executive function, and verbal comprehension index.
Episodic memory is long-term memory that involves the recollection of specific events, situations, and experiences.
As well as slowing brain shrinkage, the vitamins appeared to sharpen episodic memory, the ability to recall specific past events in time and place.
crystallized intelligence, general knowledge and vocabulary, and fluid intelligence--the time needed for performing tasks and processing information, recognition memory, episodic memory, spatial memory, working memory etc.
Functional MRI (fMRI) studies investigating the neural basis of episodic memory recall and the related task of thinking about plausible personal future events, have revealed a consistent network of associated brain regions.
Previous studies have shown that the part of the brain responsible for envisioning future states is the same part tasked with remembering situations we've already experienced, the episodic memory center.
PAL is a validated test of visuospatial learning and episodic memory.