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Neurosciences (Riyadh). 2013 Oct;18(4):330-44.

Human memory retention and recall processes. A review of EEG and fMRI studies.

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Center for Intelligent Signal and Imaging Research, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Perak, Malaysia.

Abstract

Human memory is an important concept in cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Our brain is actively engaged in functions of learning and memorization. Generally, human memory has been classified into 2 groups: short-term/working memory, and long-term memory. Using different memory paradigms and brain mapping techniques, psychologists and neuroscientists have identified 3 memory processes: encoding, retention, and recall. These processes have been studied using EEG and functional MRI (fMRI) in cognitive and neuroscience research. This study reviews previous research reported for human memory processes, particularly brain behavior in memory retention and recall processes with the use of EEG and fMRI. We discuss issues and challenges related to memory research with EEG and fMRI techniques.

PMID:
24141456
[PubMed - in process]

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