Interview Compilations

Long-term memory research in humans and other mammals.
Title Description Interviewee Producer Duration
Declarative memory in humans and animals Declarative memory is usually thought of as the consciously available memory that allows a flexible use of knowledge. Both memories of ones past as well as memorized facts are part of this system in humans. Similar brain mechanisms support... Larry R. Squire goCognitive 00:02:28
How I became a neuroscientist Dr. Squire shares how he became interested in the field of neuroscience. He also describes his first experiment... Larry R. Squire goCognitive 00:02:21
Larry Squire - Neuroscience of declarative long-term memory Dr. Larry Squire is a leading neuroscientist studying the principles of mammalian long-term memory. He is is professor of psychiatry, neurosciences, and psychology at the University of California, San Diego, and research career scientist at the... Larry R. Squire goCognitive
Non-declarative learning in patients and monkeys Memory researchers were stumped for many years by the apparent lack of learning deficits in animal models of human patients with medial-temporal lobe lesions. Only after recognizing the difference between declarative and non-declarative memory and... Larry R. Squire goCognitive 00:07:25
The path to neuroscience: a student guide Dr. Squire shares his view on how to best pursue a career in neuroscience. Experience working in a lab is essential to position oneself for a graduate career - only by doing research can one fully comprehend the scientific process and whether one... Larry R. Squire goCognitive 00:02:03
The role of patients in long-term memory research Some of the most important distinctions among memory systems in humans have been derived from the careful analysis of behavior of amnestic patients. The data clearly shows that working memory and long-term memory are two distinct mechanisms that... Larry R. Squire goCognitive 00:06:49
What is memory? Our understanding of memory has changed dramatically over the last few decades. Based on data from patients and animal studies, the notion that memory is a unitary concept had to be revised. Instead, multiple memory systems are working together to... Larry R. Squire goCognitive 00:03:15