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Normal acquisition of novel verbal information in amnesia.

Musen G, Squire LR.

J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 1991 Nov;17(6):1095-104.

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Intact text-specific reading skill in amnesia.

Musen G, Shimamura AP, Squire LR.

J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 1990 Nov;16(6):1068-76.

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Word recall versus reading speed: evidence of preserved priming in head-injured patients.

Vakil E, Jaffe R, Eluze S, Groswasser Z, Aberbuch S.

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Preserved memory in retrograde amnesia: sparing of a recently acquired skill.

Squire LR, Cohen NJ, Zouzounis JA.

Neuropsychologia. 1984;22(2):145-52.

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Nonverbal priming in amnesia.

Musen G, Squire LR.

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Acquisition of generic memory in amnesia.

Verfaellie M, Cermak LS.

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Normal perceptual priming of orthographically illegal nonwords in amnesia.

Keane MM, Gabrieli JD, Noland JS, McNealy SI.

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Implicit learning of color-word associations using a Stroop paradigm.

Musen G, Squire LR.

J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 1993 Jul;19(4):789-98.

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Perceptual fluency as a cue for recognition judgments in amnesia.

Verfaellie M, Cermak LS.

Neuropsychology. 1999 Apr;13(2):198-205.

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The scope of preserved procedural memory in amnesia.

Cavaco S, Anderson SW, Allen JS, Castro-Caldas A, Damasio H.

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Indirect measures of memory in a duration-judgement task are normal in amnesic patients.

Paller KA, Mayes AR, McDermott M, Pickering AD, Meudell PR.

Neuropsychologia. 1991;29(10):1007-18.

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Item priming and skill learning in amnesia.

Rich JB, Bylsma FW, Brandt J.

J Clin Exp Neuropsychol. 1996 Feb;18(1):148-58.

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When true recognition suppresses false recognition: evidence from amnesic patients.

Schacter DL, Verfaellie M, Anes MD, Racine C.

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The information that amnesic patients do not forget.

Graf P, Squire LR, Mandler G.

J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 1984 Jan;10(1):164-78.

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Acquired oral reading vocabulary following the onset of amnesia in childhood.

Benedict RH, Shapiro A, Duffner P, Jaeger JJ.

J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 1998 Mar;4(2):179-89.

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9529828
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