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000154821 245__ $$aMental time in amnesia: evidence from bilateral medial temporal damage before and after recovery
000154821 269__ $$a2009
000154821 260__ $$bTaylor & Francis$$c2009
000154821 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000154821 520__ $$aThe human mind is continuously involved in "projecting" the self in time in order to process past memories and predict future occurrences. "Self-projection" in time involves episodic and spatial memory, relying on medial-temporal structures, but also engages visuo-spatial imagery, relying on occipito-temporal structures, and self-location, relying on temporo-parietal structures. Here we had the rare opportunity to investigate the relation between self-projection in time and memory, using a novel behavioural paradigm, in a patient with subacute bilateral medial-temporal damage during a period of amnesia as well as after recovery. Despite her memory deficit the patient was able to "project" herself to past and future, yet with significant improvement after recovery. We discuss our findings with respect to the relations between episodic memory and medial-temporal structures with self-projection in time to past and future.
000154821 6531_ $$aReaction Time
000154821 6531_ $$aRecovery of Function
000154821 6531_ $$aTime Perception
000154821 700__ $$aArzy, Shahar
000154821 700__ $$aBick, Atira
000154821 700__ $$0240593$$aBlanke, Olaf$$g165806
000154821 773__ $$j26$$k6$$q503-10$$tCognitive neuropsychology
000154821 8564_ $$s1468808$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/154821/files/2009_Arzy_CNP_mental%20time%20in%20amnesia%20-%20evidence%20from%20bilateral%20medial%20temporal%20damage%20before%20and%20after%20recovery.pdf$$yPublisher's version$$zn/a
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