Quantifying Memory Retrieval: From Neural Substrates to the Subjective Content

Robert S. Gardner, Adam T. Vogel, Matteo Mainetti, Giorgio A. Ascoli

The quantification of unique dimensions of human memory is essential for a comprehensive understanding of cognition. Previously, we developed two tools to quantify autobiographical memories (AMs). Cue-Recalled Autobiographical Memories (CRAM) is a selfadministered psychometric test that assesses the temporal distribution and content of AMs by naturalistically cuing specific personal episodes.

Submitted: Sep 10, 2008