Hongkeun Kim
Hongkeun Kim
Daegu University, Department of Rehabilitation Psychology
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Neural activity that predicts subsequent memory and forgetting: a meta-analysis of 74 fMRI studies
H Kim
Neuroimage 54 (3), 2446-2461, 2011
4672011
Dissociating the roles of the default-mode, dorsal, and ventral networks in episodic memory retrieval
H Kim
Neuroimage 50 (4), 1648-1657, 2010
2292010
Posterior midline and ventral parietal activity is associated with retrieval success and encoding failure
SM Daselaar, SE Prince, NA Dennis, SM Hayes, H Kim, R Cabeza
Frontiers in human neuroscience 3, 13, 2009
1742009
Trusting our memories: dissociating the neural correlates of confidence in veridical versus illusory memories
H Kim, R Cabeza
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (45), 12190-12197, 2007
1742007
A dual-subsystem model of the brain's default network: self-referential processing, memory retrieval processes, and autobiographical memory retrieval
H Kim
Neuroimage 61 (4), 966-977, 2012
1652012
Age-related differences in brain activity during true and false memory retrieval
NA Dennis, H Kim, R Cabeza
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (8), 1390-1402, 2008
1452008
Effects of aging on true and false memory formation: An fMRI study
NA Dennis, H Kim, R Cabeza
Neuropsychologia 45 (14), 3157-3166, 2007
1392007
Differential contributions of prefrontal, medial temporal, and sensory-perceptual regions to true and false memory formation
H Kim, R Cabeza
Cerebral Cortex 17 (9), 2143-2150, 2007
1262007
Overlapping brain activity between episodic memory encoding and retrieval: roles of the task-positive and task-negative networks
H Kim, SM Daselaar, R Cabeza
Neuroimage 49 (1), 1045-1054, 2010
1252010
The effects of developmental factors on IQ in hemiplegic children
MT Banich, SC Levine, H Kim, P Huttenlocher
Neuropsychologia 28 (1), 35-47, 1990
1221990
Differential neural activity in the recognition of old versus new events: An Activation Likelihood Estimation Meta‐Analysis
H Kim
Human brain mapping 34 (4), 814-836, 2013
1212013
Involvement of the dorsal and ventral attention networks in oddball stimulus processing: A meta‐analysis
H Kim
Human brain mapping 35 (5), 2265-2284, 2014
1152014
Common and specific brain regions in high-versus low-confidence recognition memory
H Kim, R Cabeza
Brain research 1282, 103-113, 2009
822009
Are variations among subjects in lateral asymmetry real individual differences or random error in measurement?: Putting variability in its place
H Kim, SC Levine, S Kertesz
Brain and Cognition 14 (2), 220-242, 1990
771990
Encoding and retrieval along the long axis of the hippocampus and their relationships with dorsal attention and default mode networks: the HERNET model
H Kim
Hippocampus 25 (4), 500-510, 2015
662015
Default network activation during episodic and semantic memory retrieval: A selective meta-analytic comparison
H Kim
Neuropsychologia 80, 35-46, 2016
562016
Material-specific memory in temporal lobe epilepsy: Effects of seizure laterality and language dominance.
H Kim, S Yi, EI Son, J Kim
Neuropsychology 17 (1), 59, 2003
542003
Variations in characteristic perceptual asymmetry: Modality specific and modality general components
H Kim, SC Levine
Brain and Cognition 19 (1), 21-47, 1992
401992
Sources of between-subjects variability in perceptual asymmetries: A meta-analytic review
H Kim, SC Levine
Neuropsychologia 29 (9), 877-888, 1991
381991
Inferring patterns of hemispheric specialization for individual subjects from laterality data: A two-task criterion
H Kim, SC Levine
Neuropsychologia 29 (1), 93-105, 1991
331991
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