2008 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His primary areas of investigation include Cognitive psychology, Recall, Amnesia, Frontal lobe and Cognition. In his research, Novelty is intimately related to Metacognition, which falls under the overarching field of Cognitive psychology. His Recall research integrates issues from Metamemory, Recognition memory and Priming.
His Amnesia research incorporates themes from Memory disorder, Cognitive disorder, Long-term memory, Memory impairment and Developmental psychology. His Frontal lobe study deals with Brain damage intersecting with Neurophysiology. His primary area of study in Cognition is in the field of Working memory.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognitive psychology, Recall, Cognition, Neuroscience and Amnesia. His studies in Cognitive psychology integrate themes in fields like Working memory, Frontal lobe, Episodic memory, Semantic memory and Priming. His research in Frontal lobe focuses on subjects like Verbal fluency test, which are connected to Fluency.
His Recall study also includes
Arthur P. Shimamura mostly deals with Cognitive psychology, Neuroscience, Posterior parietal cortex, Episodic memory and Cognition. His work deals with themes such as Contrast effect, Contrast and Affect, which intersect with Cognitive psychology. He has researched Posterior parietal cortex in several fields, including Autobiographical memory, Angular gyrus, Gyrus and Supramarginal gyrus.
His study in Episodic memory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stimulus, Precuneus and Retrosplenial cortex. Arthur P. Shimamura is interested in Metacognition, which is a branch of Cognition. His work carried out in the field of Working memory brings together such families of science as Recall, Visual memory, Long-term memory, Reconstructive memory and Semantic memory.
His primary scientific interests are in Neuroscience, Cognitive psychology, Working memory, Self-reference effect and Task switching. Arthur P. Shimamura does research in Cognitive psychology, focusing on Recall specifically. The study incorporates disciplines such as Semantic memory and Explicit memory in addition to Working memory.
His Self-reference effect study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Neuropsychology and Information processing. Neuropsychology is closely attributed to Functional neuroimaging in his work. Arthur P. Shimamura works mostly in the field of Task switching, limiting it down to topics relating to Video game and, in certain cases, Iconic memory.
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Metacognition : knowing about knowing
Janet Metcalfe;Arthur Paul Shimamura.
Source memory impairment in patients with frontal lobe lesions.
Jeri S. Janowsky;Arthur P. Shimamura;Larry R. Squire.
Memory for the temporal order of events in patients with frontal lobe lesions and amnesic patients
Arthur P. Shimamura;Jeri S. Janowsky;Larry R. Squire.
Cognitive impairment following frontal lobe damage and its relevance to human amnesia.
Jeri S. Janowsky;Arthur P. Shimamura;Mark Kritchevsky;Larry R. Squire.
Behavioral Neuroscience (1989)
Priming effects in amnesia: Evidence for a dissociable memory function
Arthur P. Shimamura.
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (1986)
Priming across modalities and priming across category levels: extending the domain of preserved function in amnesia.
Peter Graf;Arthur P. Shimamura;Larry R. Squire.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (1985)
Memory and frontal lobe function.
Arthur P. Shimamura.
The role of the prefrontal cortex in dynamic filtering
Arthur P. Shimamura.
Impaired use of organizational strategies in free recall following frontal lobe damage
Felicia B. Gershberg;Arthur P. Shimamura.
Verbal and design fluency in patients with frontal lobe lesions.
Juliana V. Baldo;Arthur P. Shimamura;Dean C. Delis;Joel Kramer.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2001)
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