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Impromptu seminar – Signy Sheldon

Tuesday 10 May / 11:00

Signy Sheldon, PhD
Associate Professor
Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory
Department of Psychology
McGill University
Montreal, QC, CAN

Invited by Bruno Bontempi (INCIA)

Venue: Centre Broca


Title

Exploring the Neurocognitive Mechanisms Underlying Autobiographical Memory and The Implications for Aging

Abstract

Autobiographical memory retrieval depends on a distributed network of brain regions, spanning the medial prefrontal, parietal, and temporal cortices. Recent neurocognitive models describe how this network is dynamically engaged during retrieval as a function of what details are recalled from a memory. In this talk, I will present three lines of research related to this proposal. First, I will present neuroimaging evidence that there are identifiable subsystems that are engaged for accessing conceptual information or contextual details about an autobiographical memory. Next, I will present evidence that these networks are engaged differently across individuals, as a function of the general strategy used to recall information. Then, I will apply these neuroimaging findings to understand age differences in autobiographical memory retrieval.

 

 

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Date:
Tuesday 10 May
Time:
11:00
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