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Will the unitary view survive the short- and long-term?

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 December 2003

Michael D. Patterson*
Affiliation:
Psychology Department, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ07102http://psychology.rutgers.edu/users/rypma
Bart Rypma*
Affiliation:
Psychology Department, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ07102http://psychology.rutgers.edu/users/rypma

Abstract:

In this commentary, we focus on four points. First, we discuss the assertion that the unitary model explains dissociations that implicate multiple systems. Second, the distinct nature of information utilized in immediate- and delayed-recall supports the distinct memory systems view. Third, the variable nature of capacity limits corroborates this view. Finally, we review event-related fMRI results that suggest support for multiple systems.

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2004

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