Calendar

The readings are separated into two categories. The background reading reviews the topic covered in the lecture. The imaging readings are the current work in the field of imaging pertaining to each topic.

SESSIONS TOPICS BACKGROUND READINGS IMAGING READINGS
1

Architecture of human memory

  • Course introduction
  • Memory and neuroimaging overviews
  • Eichenbaum & Cohen. Chaps. 1-2
2

Short-term memory / working memory

  • Verbal working memory
  • Visuo-spatial working memory
  • Eichenbaum & Cohen. Chap. 14.
  • Chein & Fiez. 2001.
  • Prabhakaran, Narayanan, Zhao, & Gabrieli. 2000.
3

Executive/cognitive control

  • Executive control and attention
  • Miller & Cohen. 2001.
  • MacDonald, Cohen, Stenger, & Carter. 2000; Rowe, Toni, Josephs, Frackowiak, & Passingham. 2000.
4

Semantic memory

  • Organization of semantic memory
  • Badre & Wagner. 2002.
  • Martin & Chao. 2001.
  • Caramazza. 2000.
  • Haxby et al., 2001.
  • Thompson-Schill, Aguirre, D'Esposito, & Farah. 1999a.
5

Episodic memory: encoding I

  • Encoding, prefrontal cortex, and the medial temporal lobes
  • Eichenbaum & Cohen. Chaps. 5-6
  • Davachi, Mitchell, & Wagner. submitted.
  • Kirchhoff, Wagner, Maril, & Stern. 2000.
6

Episodic memory: encoding II

  • Memory consolidation: a renewed debate
  • Eichenbaum & Cohen. Chaps. 9-10
  • Haist, Bowden Gore, & Mao. 2001.
  • Ryan et al., 2001.
7

Episodic memory

  • Retrieval processes -recollection and familiarity
  • Yonelinas. 2002.
  • Curran. 2000.
  • Dobbins, Rice, Wagner, & Schacter. in press.
  • Wheeler, Petersen, & Buckner. 2000.
8

Nondeclarative memory: priming

  • Forms of priming
  • Eichenbaum & Cohen. Chap. 11.
  • Wagner & Koutstaal. 2002.
  • Poldrack et al., 2001.
  • Vaina, Belliveau, des Roziers, & Zeffiro. 1998.
9

Aging and memory (Research proposal due)

  • Aging, cognitive control, and memory
  • Cabeza. 2002.
  • Grady & Craik. 2000.
  • Logan, Sanders, Snyder, Morris, & Buckner. 2002.
  • Milham et al., 2002.