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In one such experiment, amnesic patients and control participants were given a recognition 20 Declarative Memory System: Amnesia test 10 min after studying words. For each word, participants indicated whether they remembered it (R) or whether they knew that the word was presented but had no recollection about it (K). The patients were impaired for both R and K responses, and they performed like a control group that was tested after 1 week. , 2003). Accordingly, the evidence suggests that remembering and knowing are two different expressions of declarative memory.
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It is also important to note that the discovery that larger medial temporal lobe lesions produce more severe amnesia than smaller lesions is compatible with the idea that structures within the medial temporal lobe might make qualitatively different contributions to memory function. Indeed, damage to the perirhinal cortex especially impairs object recognition, whereas damage to the parahippocampal cortex especially impairs spatial memory. Another important brain area for memory is the diencephalon.
Integration Theory by Klaus Bichteler