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Concept Memory, Short-Term
Concept Memory
Concept Memory Disorders
Concept Memory, Episodic
Academic Article Effects of acute progesterone administration in healthy postmenopausal women and normally-cycling women.
Academic Article Subjective, behavioral, and physiological effects of acute caffeine in light, nondependent caffeine users.
Academic Article Psychoactive drugs and false memory: comparison of dextroamphetamine and d-9-tetrahydrocannabinol on false recognition.
Academic Article Effect of d-amphetamine on post-error slowing in healthy volunteers.
Academic Article Lack of association between COMT and working memory in a population-based cohort of healthy young adults.
Academic Article Pre-encoding administration of amphetamine or THC preferentially modulates emotional memory in humans.
Academic Article Amphetamine increases errors during episodic memory retrieval.
Academic Article Effects of acute methamphetamine on emotional memory formation in humans: encoding vs consolidation.
Academic Article Acute Effects of Alcohol on Encoding and Consolidation of Memory for Emotional Stimuli.
Academic Article Virtual reality conditioned place preference using monetary reward.
Academic Article Alcohol and pharmacologically similar sedatives impair encoding and facilitate consolidation of both recollection and familiarity in episodic memory.
Academic Article Developing a phone-based measure of impairment after acute oral ?9-tetrahydrocannabinol.
Academic Article ?9-Tetrahydrocannabinol During Encoding Impairs Perceptual Details yet Spares Context Effects on Episodic Memory.
Academic Article ?9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) impairs visual working memory performance: a randomized crossover trial.

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