Possible clinical applications of advances in understanding of cortico-limbic circuitry under neuromodulatory control are then covered by two contrasting chapters on cognition in depression.
One of the oldest paradigms is the leveling and sharpening of stories as they are repeated from memory studied by Bartlett. Theories of cognitive aging that have developed within each cognitive domain are outlined and brain regions hypothesized to underlie these functions are noted.
An opposition procedure for detecting age-related deficits in recollection: telling effects of repetition.
Language processing uses different brain areas that act together through different functional systems that involve the left hemisphere especially. Rubin DC.
By theory, the subject should be better able to correctly recall the letter when it was presented in a word than when it was presented in isolation. These arise, for example, from aberrant learning and associative factors, impaired attributional systems, and deficient control processes that are recruited to regulate emotional outputs and inappropriate behavioral responses.