Implicit Memory and Metacognition

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Obviously, then, we remain a long way from a full characterization of the neural basis of the control and monitoring of memory. We can expect rapid growth in our empirical understanding of the role played by various parts of the frontal lobes, and other brain areas, in memory and the control of memory through the continued use of neurcipsychological. and functional imaging approaches. Additional computational modeling work should help clarify and integrate the results of these empirical investigations.


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