Jul 1, 2014
spectroscopyNOW - Psychologist Tyler Davis of Texas Tech's Neuroimaging Institute is a specialist in neurobiological approaches to learning and memory, he and his colleagues are delving into global similarity models of memory. One might assume that when you see a familiar face or visit a favourite restaurant that only the most similar or recent memories are activated for comparison. Global similarity models, the feeling of familiarity for a particular stimulus suggests that we pull in a range of memories all at once.
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