PhD Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
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I am interested in the benefits of minimal interference to long-term memory retention - particularly within patients with anterograde amnesia - as a means of evaluating the consolidation and temporal distinctiveness accounts of memory and forgetting.
I am also interested in the benefits of minimised retroactive interference to prospective memory within healthy populations.
Long-term memory, minimal interference, consolidation theory, temporal distinctiveness theory, prospective memory