publication . Article . 2016

The Doors and People Test: The Effect of Frontal Lobe Lesions on Recall and Recognition Memory Performance

Marco Bozzali; Sarah E. MacPherson;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Mar 2016
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association Inc.
Abstract
OBJECTIVE: Memory deficits in patients with frontal lobe lesions are most apparent on free recall tasks that require the selection, initiation, and implementation of retrieval strategies. The effect of frontal lesions on recognition memory performance is less clear with some studies reporting recognition memory impairments but others not. The majority of these studies do not directly compare recall and recognition within the same group of frontal patients, assessing only recall or recognition memory performance. Other studies that do compare recall and recognition in the same frontal group do not consider recall or recognition tests that are comparable for diffi...
Subjects
Medical Subject Headings: behavioral disciplines and activities
free text keywords: Episodic memory; Frontal lobes; Recall; Recognition; Adult; Brain Neoplasms; Female; Frontal Lobe; Humans; Male; Memory; Memory Disorders; Middle Aged; Visual Perception; Mental Recall; Neuropsychological Tests; Psychomotor Performance; Recognition (Psychology); Neuropsychology and Physiological Psychology; Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous), Settore M-PSI/02 - Psicobiologia E Psicologia Fisiologica, frontal lobes, episodic memory, recall, recognition memory, Articles, recognition
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