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Category:Memory
CAO Id CAO_00394  +
Cognitive Atlas Link http://www.cognitiveatlas.org/concept/Memory  +
Contributor David Schnyer +
Created 28 January 2010 18:19:00  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Curator Maryann Martone +
Definition The ability of an organism to use past events to inform-influence current actions
EditorialNote Cognitive Atlas does not have memory categorized. Gene Ontology considers it a type of behavior, subtype of process. I've left it as a child of cognitive process, as I believe that is most useful for NIF's purposes.
Has role Cognitive Atlas Concept +
Id birnlex_1874  +
Label Memory  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 11 December 2012 23:00:51  +
ModifiedDate 11 December 2012  +
SuperCategory Cognitive process  +
Umlscui C0679052  +, C0025260  +
Categories Cognitive process
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Association +, Memory consolidation +, Reconsolidation +, Remembering +, Retention + Is part of
Resource:Abbreviated Mental Test Score +, Resource:Advanced Cognitive Training for Independent and Vital Elderly (ACTIVE) +, Resource:Brain Bee +, Resource:Brain Connection +, Resource:Brain Facts +, Resource:Brain Test +, Resource:BrainLiner +, Resource:Buzsaki Lab +, Resource:CBU Imaging Wiki +, Resource:Clinical Dementia Rating +, Resource:Colorado Assessment Tests - Repeat +, Resource:Colorado Assessment Tests - Symptom Validity +, Resource:Colorado Assessment Tests - Visual Span +, Resource:Computational Neurobiology Laboratory at the Salk Institute +, Resource:Dana Foundation: BrainWeb +, Resource:Duke - University of North Carolina: Brain Imaging and Analysis Center +, Resource:English Longitudinal Study of Ageing +, Resource:Fisher Center For Alzheimers Research Foundation: ALZinfo.org +, Resource:Functional Neurogenesis +, Resource:GEneral NEural SImulation System: The Neurospaces Project +, Keywords
 

 

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