Activating the medial temporal lobe during oddity judgment for faces and scenes.

@article{Lee2008ActivatingTM,
  title={Activating the medial temporal lobe during oddity judgment for faces and scenes.},
  author={Andy C. H. Lee and Victoria L. Scahill and Kim S. Graham},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2008},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={683-96}
}
Impairments in visual discrimination beyond long-term declarative memory have been found in amnesic individuals, with hippocampal lesions resulting in deficits in scene discrimination and perirhinal cortex damage affecting object discrimination. To complement these findings, the present functional magnetic resonance imaging study found that in healthy participants oddity judgment for novel trial-unique scenes, compared with face or size oddity, was associated with increased posterior… CONTINUE READING
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