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Friday, September 18 • 09:00 - 11:00
Current methods and advances in prospective memory research

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Contributions of sensory and higher order cortical areas in prospective memory | N. Sigala


Electrophysiological evidence of top-down and bottom-up  processes in Prospective memory P. Bisiacchi,  G. Cona


Prospective memory and stress-dependent cortisol secretion: Are we less affected when we are old? | M. Kliegel, K. Schnitzspahn, C. Kirschbaum


Does the impact on prospective memory of carrying the APOE e4 gene vary with age and cognitive state? | J. Rusted, S. Evans,  C. Lancaster, N. Rothen,  Y. Nagai


Linking real-world prospective memory, experimental tasks, and underlying mechanisms: Evidence  from computational modelling and online web-based testing S. Gilbert


Psychophysiology of prospective memory: The effects of autonomic  arousal  and cue-focality on prospective memory retrieval | N. Rothen, Y. Nagai, J. Rusted

Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
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