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Research funded by grants received from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
   
Research Program - Dr. Morris Moscovitch
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1.The role of prior experience in facilitating associative memory encoding and post-encoding consolidation 2.How computerized working memory training can influence neural correlates of visual working memory in adults with ADHD (Z.Liu)
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1.The interactions between spatial memory and autobiographical memory, in terms of behaviour in young and older adults and individuals with memory impairments, and the function of the hippocampus and its accompanying networks (J.Robin)
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1. The contributions of the posterior parietal cortex to episodic memory and consciousness. 2. The default mode network and its subsystems in the context of episodic memory (B.Bellana)

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1. The role of scene construction (including vivid imagination and recollection of episodic memories) in decision-making and problem-solving; and 2. The brain structures and networks supporting the interactions among these cognitive processes (especially the hippocampus, the medial prefrontal cortex, and other parts of the Default Mode Network). (C. Sawczak)

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1. How the ability of people to continually and effortlessly make memories throughout their daily lives results in a cohesive narrative 2. The changing and dynamic interaction of autobiographical memories with other memory systems across life 3. Interaction of memory to imagination, cognition, and consciousness (K.McKelvey (Bonasia))
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1.The interplay between spatial and temporal information in episodic memory and the neural mechanisms involved in healthy adults, aging, and cognitive impairment 2. Hippocampal involvement in subconscious processing of temporal context information. (I. Brunec)
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1. Examining the role of task nature and the type of information being accessed in deter-mining the pattern of retrograde memory loss associated with hippocampal damage in animals 2. Investigating the factors affecting graded and ungraded memory loss following hippocampal lesions (M. Sekeres)
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1.Investigating the causes of forgetting, the role of the nature of the memory, recollection vs familiarity on its vulnerability to decay or interference (T. Sadeh)
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1. Investigating the subjective states of memorability, distinctiveness, forgetting, false memory, and re-learning 2. Neuropsychological bases for memory 3. Understanding the neural representation of spatial memory (J. Ozbuko)
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