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Entities also require relational coding and binding. Commentary on “An Integrative Memory model of recollection and familiarity to understand memory deficits”

Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2019. Vol. 42. No. e285. P. 19-20.
Brady T. F., Utochkin I. S.

Although the authors propose a useful model for thinking about the structure of memory and memory deficits, their distinction between entities and relational encoding is incompatible with data showing that even individual objects – prototypical ‘entities’ – are made up of distinct features which require binding. Thus, ‘entity’ and ‘relational’ brain regions may need to solve fundamentally the same problems.