3 edition of Fields of Memory found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||March 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Episodicity As noted above, the kind of memory on which most recent work has focussed is episodic memory.
First, it is clear that not all neural activity results in long-lasting changes that might represent memory. Fields of Memory died in New England and like rain sliding off a roof, the crowd slipped out of Fenway, quickly, with only a steady murmur of concern for the drive ahead remaining of the roar. They destroyed the tombstones, and plowed and sowed the land with winter crops.2009, Confabulation: Views from Neuroscience, Psychiatry, Psychology, and Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
4 Functional perspectives on episodicity Other researchers have argued that autonoesis is a contingent feature even of episodic memory. Rather than focusing on the mean level of activity across a population of voxels as is done in traditional approaches, multivoxel pattern analysis MVPA approaches focus on an examination of patterns of activity across voxels within the population Haxby et al.
Campbell 2003, 2014; Hacking 1995; Hamilton 1998generationism has become increasingly influential.Remembering Our Past: Studies in Autobiographical Memory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.
And, since stored information provides the raw materials out of which Fields of Memory subject constructs representations of the past, generationists need not deny that remembering involves storage of information. Thus the first-pass distinction between episodic and semantic memory does not get us very far.
This could be achieved by combining engram labeling technology, whole-brain IEG activity measurements Wheeler et al. This may be attributable to the availability of a number of alternative paradigms employing mazes and related kinds of apparatus that are inexpensive, require relatively little training and which historically, have been associated with cognitive interpretations of animal behavior.
It is crucial to note, however, that semantic memory is also sometimes concerned with past events. The most influential theories in the second half of the twentieth century were the epistemic theory and the causal theory, which likewise reflect the preservationist conception, with the causal theory gradually eclipsing the epistemic theory.
Instead, the reference is bound to a temporary initialized to hold the value of the bit field.
While both accounts are in agreement on the point that external resources may count as memory stores only in the context of larger systems, both confront us with the role of various forms of external memory in human remembering.
The interdisciplinary character of the field notwithstanding, the concerns of philosophers of memory remain distinct from those of memory researchers in other disciplines, and, while this entry discusses the latter where they are of direct philosophical relevance, its focus is squarely on the former.