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My research focuses on understanding the cognitive and neural basis of human episodic memory. I am particularly interested in episodic encoding and retrieval processes and their specific interplay with semantic memories. In my research I use a combination of behavioral and functional brain imaging techniques (MRI and EEG/MEG) to test cognitive theories and to ultimately advance our understanding of how brain networks might support different memory processes. Furthermore, I am interested in using neural network simulations to improve our insight into how cognitive theories link in with observed neural dynamics.
A. Greve, C.J. Evans, K.S. Graham E.L. Wilding (2011). Functional specialisation in the hippocampus and perirhinal cortex during the encoding of verbal associations. Neuropsychologia 49(9): 2746-2754
A. Greve, A.N. Doidge, C.J. Evans, E.L. Wilding (2010). Functional neuroanatomy supporting judgments of when events occurred. Journal of Neuroscience 30 (20): 7099-7104.
A. Greve, D.I. Donaldson and M.C.W. van Rossum (2010). A single-trace dual?process model of episodic memory: a novel computational account of familiarity and recollection. Hippocampus 20(2): 235-251.
J.M. Cortes, A. Greve, A.B. Barrett and M.C.W. van Rossum (2010). Dynamics and robustness of familiarity memory. Neural Computation 22(2): 448-466.
A. Greve, D.C. Sterratt, D.I. Donaldson, D.J. Willshaw, and M.C.W. van Rossum (2009) Optimal learning rules for familiarity detection. Biological Cybernetics 100(1), 11-19
R.E. Warren, A.J. Sommerfield, A. Greve, K.V., Allen, I.J. Deary, & B.M. Frier (2008). Moderate hypoglycaemia after learning does not affect memory consolidation and brain activation during recognition in non-diabetic adults. Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews 24 (3), 247-252.
A. Greve, M.C.W. van Rossum, and D.I. Donaldson (2007). Investigating the functional interaction between semantic and episodic memory: Convergent behavioural and electrophysiological evidence for the role of familiarity. NeuroImage, 34. 801-814
J.M. Cortes, A. Greve and M.C.W. van Rossum (2007). Dynamical effects on familiarity discrimination. AIP Conference Proceedings 887: 217-223.
COOPER, E., GREVE, A. , HENSON, R.N. (2017) Assumptions behind scoring source and item memory impact on conclusions about memory: a reply to Kellen and Singmann’s comment (2017), Cortex [Open Access]
HENSON. R.N., Horner, A.J., GREVE, A. , COOPER, E., Gregori, M., Simons, J.S., ERZINCLIOGLUA, S., Browne, G., & Kapur, N. (2017) No effect of hippocampal lesions on stimulus-response bindings, Neuropsychologia, 103:106-114 [Open Access]
TIBON, R., COOPER, E., GREVE, A. (2017) Does Semantic Congruency Accelerate Episodic Encoding, or Increase Semantic Elaboration, The Journal of Neuroscience, 37(19):4861-4863 [Open Access]
COOPER, E., GREVE, A. , HENSON, R.N. (2017) Assumptions behind Scoring Source versus Item Memory: Effects of Age, Hippocampal Lesions and Mild Memory Problems, Cortex, 91, 297-315 [Open Access]
GREVE, A. , COOPER, E., KAULA, A.J., ANDERSON, M.C., HENSON, R. (2017) Does Prediction Error drive one-shot declarative learning?, Journal of Memory and Language, 94, 149–165 [Open Access]
HENSON, R.N., GREVE, A. , COOPER, E., Gregori, M., Simons, J.S., GEERLIGS, L., ERZINCLIOGLU, S., Napur, N., Browne, G. (2016) The effects of hippocampal lesions on MRI measures of structural and functional connectivity, Hippocampus, 26(11), 1447-1463 [Open Access]
FAWCETT, J., & GREVE, A. (2016) Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun: What Do We Know About the Weapon Focus Effect?, Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5(3), 257-263 [Open Access]
Bertoux M., de Souza L.C., O'Callaghan, C., GREVE, A. , Sarazin, M., Dubois, B., Hornberger, M. (2015) Social Cognition Deficits: The Key to Discriminate Behavioral Variant Frontotemporal Dementia from Alzheimer's Disease Regardless of Amnesia?, Journal of Alzheimer's disease. 49(4), 1065-1074 [Read More]
GREVE, A. , COOPER, E., HENSON, R. (2014) No evidence that 'fast-mapping' benefits novel learning in healthy older adults, Neuropsychologia, 60C, 52-59 [Open Access]