Daniela Montaldi
Daniela Montaldi
Professor of Memory Neuroscience, University of Manchester
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk
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Associative memory and the medial temporal lobes
A Mayes, D Montaldi, E Migo
Trends in cognitive sciences 11 (3), 126-135, 2007
Face processing impairments after encephalitis: amygdala damage and recognition of fear
P Broks, AW Young, EJ Maratos, PJ Coffey, AJ Calder, CL Isaac, ...
Neuropsychologia 36 (1), 59-70, 1998
The neural system that mediates familiarity memory
D Montaldi, TJ Spencer, N Roberts, AR Mayes
Hippocampus 16 (5), 504-520, 2006
A disproportionate role for the fornix and mammillary bodies in recall versus recognition memory
D Tsivilis, SD Vann, C Denby, N Roberts, AR Mayes, D Montaldi, ...
Nature neuroscience 11 (7), 834, 2008
The role of recollection and familiarity in the functional differentiation of the medial temporal lobes
D Montaldi, AR Mayes
Hippocampus 20 (11), 1291-1314, 2010
Are mild head injuries as mild as we think? Neurobehavioral concomitants of chronic post-concussion syndrome
A Sterr, KA Herron, C Hayward, D Montaldi
BMC neurology 6 (1), 7, 2006
Impaired recollection but spared familiarity in patients with extended hippocampal system damage revealed by 3 convergent methods
SD Vann, D Tsivilis, CE Denby, JR Quamme, AP Yonelinas, JP Aggleton, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (13), 5442-5447, 2009
Induced gamma band responses: an early marker of memory encoding and retrieval
T Gruber, D Tsivilis, D Montaldi, MM Müller
Neuroreport 15 (11), 1837-1841, 2004
Dissociation between recall and recognition memory performance in an amnesic patient with hippocampal damage following carbon monoxide poisoning
C Bastin, MV Linden, A Charnallet, C Denby, D Montaldi, N Roberts, ...
Neurocase 10 (4), 330-344, 2004
Measuring recollection and familiarity: Improving the remember/know procedure
EM Migo, AR Mayes, D Montaldi
Consciousness and cognition 21 (3), 1435-1455, 2012
Recognition memory strength is predicted by pupillary responses at encoding while fixation patterns distinguish recollection from familiarity
A Kafkas, D Montaldi
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 64 (10), 1971-1989, 2011
Familiarity and recollection produce distinct eye movement, pupil and medial temporal lobe responses when memory strength is matched
A Kafkas, D Montaldi
Neuropsychologia 50 (13), 3080-3093, 2012
Associative encoding of pictures activates the medial temporal lobes
D Montaldi, AR Mayes, A Barnes, H Pirie, DM Hadley, J Patterson, ...
Human brain mapping 6 (2), 85-104, 1998
Exploring the neural bases of episodic and semantic memory: the role of structural and functional neuroimaging
AR Mayes, D Montaldi
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 25 (6), 555-573, 2001
The contribution of familiarity to recognition memory is a function of test format when using similar foils
E Migo, D Montaldi, KA Norman, J Quamme, A Mayes
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (6), 1198-1215, 2009
Recalling spatial information as a component of recently and remotely acquired episodic or semantic memories: an fMRI study.
AR Mayes, D Montaldi, TJ Spencer, N Roberts
Neuropsychology 18 (3), 426, 2004
Contextual cueing effects in the remote memory of alcoholic Korsakoff patients and normal subjects
AJ Parkin, D Montaldi, NRC Leng, NM Hunkin
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 42 (3), 585-596, 1990
Diminished neural and cognitive responses to facial expressions of disgust in patients with psoriasis: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study
CE Kleyn, S McKie, AR Ross, D Montaldi, LJ Gregory, R Elliott, CL Isaacs, ...
Journal of investigative dermatology 129 (11), 2613-2619, 2009
The neuroimaging of long-term memory encoding processes
AR Mayes, D Montaldi
Memory 7 (5-6), 613-659, 1999
Memory loss resulting from fornix and septal damage: impaired supra-span recall but preserved recognition over a 24-hour delay.
SD Vann, C Denby, S Love, D Montaldi, S Renowden, HB Coakham
Neuropsychology 22 (5), 658, 2008
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