Interviews

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
The history of synesthesia Dr. Jamie Ward discusses the history of research on synesthesia and how the view of synesthesia has changed as different perspectives of psychology have arisen. Jamie Ward goCognitive 00:04:58
Working memory and consciousness Is working memory related to consciousness? In Baddeley's view, the episodic buffer is a place where conscious experience occurs. New techniques in neuroimaging might provide better insights in the nature of our personal experiences. Alan Baddeley goCognitive 00:04:52