Posters

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2016

  • McCluey, J. D., Collins, M. A., Kyle, G. M., and Polyn, S. M. (2016). Increased semantic similarity reduces the forward asymmetry in free recall. In Context and Episodic Memory Symposium. Philadelphia, PA.
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2015

  • Kragel, J. E. and Polyn, S. M. (2015). Decoding episodic retrieval processes: Frontoparietal and medial temporal lobe contributions to free recall. In Society for Neuroscience. Chicago, IL.
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  • McCluey, J. D. and Polyn, S. M. (2015). Oscillatory correlates of enhanced memorability following a shift in the perceptual modality of studied material. In Society for Neuroscience. Chicago, IL.
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2014

  • Kragel, J. E. and Polyn, S. M. (2014). Activity within the default mode network predicts the organization of human memory. In Context and Episodic Memory Symposium. Philadelphia, PA.
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  • McCluey, J. D., Stein, E. M., and Polyn. S. M. (2014). Oscillatory correlates of primacy effects following perceptual shifts. In Context and Episodic Memory Symposium. Philadelphia, PA.
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  • Morton, N. W and Polyn, S. M. (2014). Oscillatory neural correlates of semantic organization in free recall. In Context and Episodic Memory Symposium. Philadelphia, PA.
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2013

  • Kragel, J. K. and Polyn, S. M. (2013). Representation of item and context specific information during memory retrieval in the human brain. In Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, CA.
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  • Morton, N. W and Polyn, S. M. (2013). Inter-item distraction dissociates temporal and semantic organization in free recall. In Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, CA.
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  • Polyn, S. M., Kragel, J. E., Morton, N. W, and McCluey, J. M. (2013). Incorporating neural signals into computational models of memory search. In Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, CA.
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