Contrasting brain activity patterns for item recognition memory and associative recognition memory: insights from immediate-early gene functional imaging.

@article{Aggleton2012ContrastingBA,
  title={Contrasting brain activity patterns for item recognition memory and associative recognition memory: insights from immediate-early gene functional imaging.},
  author={John P. Aggleton and Malcolm W. Brown and Mathieu M. Albasser},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={50 13},
  pages={3141-55}
}
Recognition memory, the discrimination of a novel from a familiar event, can be classified into item recognition and associative recognition. Item recognition concerns the identification of novel individual stimuli, while associative recognition concerns the detection of novelty that arises when familiar items are reconfigured in a novel manner. Experiments in rodents that have mapped the expression of immediate-early genes, e.g., c-fos, highlight key differences between these two forms of… CONTINUE READING
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