In this review article we survey the rodent and primate literature to further understand the involvement of the hippocampus in memory for temporal duration. We propose that the hippocampus supports duration memory in the context of event sequences and that the mechanisms that support duration memory may be similar to those underlying temporal order memory. Read more here.
How does experiencing approach-avoidance conflict impact our memories? We conducted two behavioural studies to examine whether high approach-avoidance conflict scenarios results in changes to memory processing. Somewhat surprisingly, we failed to observe an interaction between the two. Read more here.