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A variety of processes contribute to successful recognition memory, some of which can be associated with spatiotemporally distinct event-related potential old0new effects. An early frontal and a subsequent parietal old0new effect are correlated with the familiarity and recollection subcomponents of recognition memory, respectively, whereas a late, postretrieval old0new effect seems to reflect an ensemble of evaluation processes that are set by the task context in which retrieval occurs. Bothdoi:10.1111/1469-8986.3750565 pmid:11037034 fatcat:qc7yp7xn5zbmdpqbfauf5rcksu