Varieties of Memory and Consciousness: Essays in Honour of Endel Tulving

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Subject Index

A
Amnesia, 8-10, 137, 152-153, 180-189, 357
core amnesia, 128-129
encoding deficits, 122-125
event memory, 113-115
priming, 8-10
Analytic deficits, 124-125
Anasagnosia, 134
Attention and memory, 44-51, 61, 64-65, 173-174
Automaticity, 150-151, 253-255
Awarness, memory without, 126-128

B
Bilingual memory, 27-28, 30
Blindsight, 361
Brown-Peterson task, 275-279

C
Conceptually-driven and data-driven processing, 16, 23-24, 260
Confabulation and memory, 133-134, 137-139, 185 inducing confabulation, 145-149
Conscious Awareness System (CAS), see DICE
Consciousness, 355-356, 379-380, 428-429
Consolidation of memory, 282-287
Contention scheduling, 373-374
Converging operations, 27, 29
Crovitz test, 143-145
Cue
strength, 202-206
overload, 343

D
Declarative and procedural systems, 12, 14-15, 18, 21, 74, 126, 182, 217-219, 230-232, 288-290, 365-368(see also Signs and symbols)
Decreased fragility hypothesis, 284
Directed forgetting, 310-321
Dissociable interactions and conscious experience (DICE), 362-379, 380-383, 426
Dissociations, 11-14, 19-23, 105-106, 115-118, 161-168, 180-181, 230-232, 255-261, 299-300
associative memory, 112-113
double, 105-106, 112, 162-163, 256-258
experimental design of dissociation experiments, 232-244
explicit and implicit measures of retention, 7-11, 16-19, 245-255, 289, 356-362
within implicit measures of retention, 289

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