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And as such has been called explicit memory. Most standard neuropsychological tests of memory will assess this type of memory process. Declarative memory can be further subdivided into episodic and semantic memory. The episodic memory system is the system that allows individuals to retain information regarding distinct personally experienced events or “episodes” in their life within the context of a specific time and place. This memory system allows us to determine when and where an event happened.
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G. reading “pint” as “peent”). Similarly, surface agraphia is associated with an inability to spell orthographically irregular words due to lack of access to the internal lexicon. These deficits are caused by damage to the antero-lateral temporal lobes (especially on the left) such as that observed in svPPA. Conversely, patients with phonological alexia or agraphia have a breakdown in phonological system resulting in complete reliance on the internal lexicon. g. kjud). These deficits are usually associated with lesions affecting the perisylvian region including superior temporal lobe, angular gyrus, and supramarginal gyrus.