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Playing 'Guess who?': When an Episodic Specificity Induction increases trace distinctiveness and reduces memory errors during event reconstruction

The constructive nature of memory implies a possible confusion between details of similar events. Memory interventions should thus target the reduction of memory errors. We postulate that a brief intervention called Episodic Specificity Induction …

Low-resolution neurocognitive aging and cognition: An embodied perspective

Consistent with embodied cognition, a growing evidence in young adults show thatsensorimotor processing is at the core of cognition. Considering that this approachpredicts direct interaction between sensorimotor processing and …