Séminaire international

Reconsidering Episodic Memory

on the 3 June 2021
De 15h30 à 17h00
Donna Rose Addis Université de Toronto, Département de psychologie
Over the past few decades, episodic memory has enjoyed a privileged position in cognitive neuroscience: it is typically characterized as being the pinnacle of human memory, in part due to the conscious experience of remembering the self in the past that it affords. In this talk, I discuss evidence that suggests this hierarchy may not be universal, and that in fact, episodic memory may not be as distinct from semantic memory, or even imagination, as once thought.
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