fNIM lab at Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting.

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The fNIM lab recently attended the 26th Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society in San Francisco, March 23-26, 2019. We had a great representation this year which consisted of 7 posters and a symposium talk by Dr. Rugg.

Our presentations:

Saad A. Alghamdi: 
The Effects of Age on Subjective and Objective Estimates of Recollection

Erin D. Horne:
The effect of a dual task manipulation on the neural correlates of recollection and post-retrieval monitoring in young and older adults
 

Paul F. Hill: 
Cortical reinstatement in young and older adults
 

Marianne DeChastelaine:
The relationships between age, fMRI correlates of familiarity and recognition memory performance: Effects of a dual task manipulation
 

Sabina Srokova:
Neural differentiation at encoding predicts subsequent source memory performance in young and older adults.
 

Eleanor Song Liu:
Successful Encoding of Item and Source Information is Predicted by Graded Neural Activity 

Mingzhu Hou:
Self-Reference Enhances Memory for Multi-Element Events Judged Likely to Happen in Young and Older Adults

Speakers of the symposium “From knowing to re-experiencing: The semantic-episodic distinction 47 years on”.

The successful conference was concluded on the last day when Dr. Rugg presented at the Symposium session: “From knowing to re-experiencing: The semantic-episodic distinction 47 years on” The symposium speakers covered topics on the overlap and interactions between episodic and semantic memory systems. The title of Dr. Rugg’s talk was “Contributions of semantic memory to the recollection of unique episodes”.