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This study evaluated whether deficits in memory for temporal order in patients with frontal lobe lesions result from impaired automatic encoding of temporal information or are secondary to deficits in effortful processes, such as the use of organizational strategies and control of interference. Patients with lesions in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and control participants were tested on temporal order reconstruction of semantically related and unrelated word lists learned underdoi:10.1037//0894-4184.108.40.206 pmid:9110328 fatcat:k2e2xqieb5crblbt2sqlmsqm5i