The role of the anterior thalamic nuclei for properties of episodic memory: what, when, where

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Dumont, Julie R.;
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Amnesia impairs episodic memory in humans, and can occur following damage to \ud the medial diencephalon. This thesis examines the importance of the anterior \ud thalamic nuclei, a diencephalic structure, for different elements (what, when, \ud where) of episodic memory... View more
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