Alex Kafkas, Ph.D.

University of Manchester, Manchester, England, United Kingdom 
Memory, MTL, Recognition
"Alex Kafkas"
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Mayes AR, Montaldi D, Roper A, et al. (2018) Amount, not strength of recollection, drives hippocampal activity: A problem for apparent word familiarity-related hippocampal activation. Hippocampus
Kafkas A, Montaldi D. (2018) Expectation affects learning and modulates memory experience at retrieval. Cognition. 180: 123-134
Kafkas A, Montaldi D. (2018) How do memory systems detect and respond to novelty? Neuroscience Letters
Kafkas A, Montaldi D. (2017) Commentary: Pupil old/new effects reflect stimulus encoding and decoding in short-term memory. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 277
Kafkas A, Migo EM, Morris RG, et al. (2016) Material specificity drives medial temporal lobe familiarity but not hippocampal recollection. Hippocampus
Kafkas A, Montaldi D. (2015) The pupillary response discriminates between subjective and objective familiarity and novelty. Psychophysiology. 52: 1305-16
Kafkas A, Montaldi D. (2015) Striatal and midbrain connectivity with the hippocampus selectively boosts memory for contextual novelty. Hippocampus
Kafkas A, Montaldi D. (2014) Two separate, but interacting, neural systems for familiarity and novelty detection: a dual-route mechanism. Hippocampus. 24: 516-27
Kafkas A, Montaldi D. (2012) Familiarity and recollection produce distinct eye movement, pupil and medial temporal lobe responses when memory strength is matched. Neuropsychologia. 50: 3080-93
Kafkas A, Montaldi D. (2011) Recognition memory strength is predicted by pupillary responses at encoding while fixation patterns distinguish recollection from familiarity. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 64: 1971-89
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