María Eugenia Pedreira

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina 
"María Pedreira"
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Merlo SA, Belluscio MA, Pedreira ME, et al. (2024) Memory persistence: from fundamental mechanisms to translational opportunities. Translational Psychiatry. 14: 98
Picco S, Bavassi L, Fernández RS, et al. (2022) Highly Demand Working Memory Intervention Weakens a Reactivated Threat Memory and the Associated Cognitive Biases. Neuroscience. 497: 257-270
Moyano MD, Carbonari G, Bonilla M, et al. (2022) Non-linear susceptibility to interferences in declarative memory formation. Plos One. 17: e0270678
Fernández RS, Picco S, Beron JC, et al. (2022) Improvement of episodic memory retention by a memory reactivation intervention across the lifespan: from younger adults to amnesic patients. Translational Psychiatry. 12: 144
Laurino J, Forcato C, Coaker N, et al. (2021) Learning new words: Memory reactivation as a mechanism for strengthening and updating a novel word's meaning. Memory & Cognition
Santos MJ, Merlo SA, Kaczer L, et al. (2021) Social context shapes cognitive abilities: associative memories are modulated by fight outcome and social isolation in the crab Neohelice granulata. Animal Cognition
Merlo SA, Jimena Santos M, Pedreira ME, et al. (2020) Identification of a Novel Retrieval-dependent Memory Process in the Crab Neohelice granulata. Neuroscience
Picco S, Pedreira ME, Fernández RS. (2020) Psychometric validation of the survey of autobiographical memory: confirmatory factor analysis and network analysis. Memory (Hove, England). 1-14
Campos-Arteaga G, Forcato C, Wainstein G, et al. (2020) Differential neurophysiological correlates of retrieval of consolidated and reconsolidated memories in humans: an ERP and pupillometry study. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 107279
de la Fuente V, Medina C, Falasco G, et al. (2019) The lateral neocortex is critical for contextual fear memory reconsolidation. Scientific Reports. 9: 12157
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