SAGE Journal Articles

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Article 1: Brédart, S., & Barsics, C. (2012). Recalling semantic and episodic information from faces and voices: A face advantage. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 21(6), 378-381. doi:10.1177/0963721412454876

Summary: Recent studies have demonstrated that the retrieval of biographical information about familiar people is easier when we see their faces than when we hear their voices.

Article 2: Casey, A. J., & Olivera, F. (2011). Reflections on organizational memory and forgetting. Journal of Management Inquiry, 20(3), 305-310. doi:10.1177/1056492611408264

Summary: Organizational memory plays a central role in theories of organizational learning and forgetting.

Article 3: Amtul, Z., & Rahman, A. (2016). Neural plasticity and memory: Is memory encoded in hydrogen bonding patterns? The Neuroscientist, 22(1), 9-18. doi:10.1177/1073858414547934

Summary: A comprehensive review of the molecular basis of short and long-lasting synaptic plasticity literature leads us to propose that the hydrogen-bonding pattern at the molecular level may be a permissive, vital step of memory storage.