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Exploring the parameters of retrieval mode in a recognition memory task using behavioural and event-related potential methodologies.
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Retrieval mode has been defined as a cognitive state that orients the cognitive system to treat items as cues for episodic memory. The present set of behavioural experiments (Experiments 1-3) and event-related potentials study (Experiment 3) sought to separate retrieval mode from other retrieval-related processes, such as retrieval success and effort, in a paradigm that cued participants to an upcoming memory task. Results were compared to performance on a cued perceptual task and on non-cued memory and perceptual tasks. The findings indicated that maintaining retrieval mode is both resource-demanding and requires processing time. ERP correlates related specifically to retrieval mode differed from both the perceptual and non-cued trials and were most evident across centroparietal electrodes during both the post-cue word onset period and test word period. Based on these results, it was concluded that posterior regions associated with item recognition memory may also be recruited in establishing and maintaining retrieval mode.
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