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As such the correct associations are encoded, but associations are also encoded between distractor items or irrelevant environmental features, making retrieval of the target information more difficult.
In everyday life, it is often only when remembered elements of information are integrated into a single memory that they are functionally useful. There are two main theories as to the source of these deficits.
The present study investigates this using the “treasure-hunt task”; a what–where–when style episodic memory test that requires individuals to “hide” items around complex scenes.
This task separately assesses memory for item, location, and temporal order, as well as bound what–where–when information.
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