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Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were used to examine the neural correlates of the prospective interference effect and the effects of canceling an intention on the neural correlates of prospective memory. The response time data revealed a prospective interference effect that was associated...
In studies of prospective memory, recall of the content of delayed intentions is normally excellent, probably because they contain actions that have to be enacted at a later time. Action words encoded for later enactment are more accessible from memory than those encoded for later verbal report...
We measured brain activity using magnetoencephalography in five participants during ongoing tasks that included prospective memory, retrospective memory, and oddball trials. Sources were identified in the hippocampal formation and posterior parietal and frontal lobes. Posterior parietal cortex...
Two experiments used autonomic reactions (i.e., skin conductance responses; SCRs) in conjunction with behavioral responses to study retrieval processes in prospective memory. SCRs were recorded while participants performed a prospective memory task embedded in an ongoing task. Stimuli that...
In this study we used eye tracking methodology in combination with multi-element displays to examine the processes underlying event-based prospective memory in a visual search paradigm. In the task individuals searched for a different target stimulus (i.e., a letter) on each trial that could be...
Rostral prefrontal cortex (approximating Brodmann area 10) has been shown repeatedly to have a role in the maintenance and realization of delayed intentions that are triggered by event cues (i.e., event-based prospective memory). The cerebral organization of the processes associated with the use...
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