An fMRI study of long-term everyday memory using SenseCam.

@article{Milton2011AnFS,
  title={An fMRI study of long-term everyday memory using SenseCam.},
  author={Fraser Milton and N. Muhlert and Christopher Collett Butler and Adrianne W. Smith and Abdelmalek Benattayallah and Adam Z. J. Zeman},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2011},
  volume={19 7},
  pages={
          733-44
        }
}
We used a novel automatic camera, SenseCam, to investigate recognition memory for real-life events at a 5-month retention interval. Using fMRI we assessed recollection and familiarity memory using the remember/know procedure. Recollection evoked no medial temporal lobe (MTL) activation compared to familiarity and new responses. Instead, recollection activated diverse regions in neocortex including medial prefrontal cortex. We observed decreased activation in anterior hippocampus/ anterior… CONTINUE READING
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