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S203. Impact of Schizophrenia on Temporal Context Versus Item Memory

      Bridging temporal gaps are a core feature of episodic memory, allowing for “mental time travel” and a sense of recollection. Given evidence of disproportionate recollection versus familiarity deficits, we hypothesized that patients would have differential memory impairments for temporal versus item information.
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