Affect-mediated Retrieval and the Vertical Organization of Memory Functions. Vestibular Disorders. Memory in Old Age
Korsakov’s Syndrome: its relation to the problem of affect-driven retrieval. Relation of this syndrome, and of vestibular disorders, to the vertical organization of memory functions. An unsolved problem: how are memories time-coded? Neuronal losses and the changes in memory structure that occur in old age.
KeywordsVentral Tegmental Area Vestibular Nucleus Mammillary Body Remote Memory Anterograde Amnesia
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