Brain regions supporting intentional and incidental memory: a PET study.

@article{Rugg1997BrainRS,
  title={Brain regions supporting intentional and incidental memory: a PET study.},
  author={Michael D. Rugg and Paul C. Fletcher and Christopher D. Frith and Richard S. Frackowiak and Raymond J. Dolan},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={1997},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={1283-7}
}
Regional brain activity associated with intentional and incidental memory retrieval was studied with PET. Previously studied and new words were presented in either an intentional or an incidental memory task. Type of task was crossed with an encoding manipulation ('deep' vs 'shallow') which varied the probability that studied items would be remembered. In both tasks, deeply encoded items were associated with greater activation in the left hippocampus than were items that had received shallow… CONTINUE READING

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