Andrea Greve
Research staff, Memory and perception group
01223 355294 x.362

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.


Peer-reviewed Journals

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.

Show CBSU publications

COOPER, E., GREVE, A. , HENSON, R.N. (In Press) Assumptions behind Scoring Source versus Item Memory: Effects of Age, Hippocampal Lesions and Mild Memory Problems, Cortex [Read More]

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]