Cortical activity reductions during repetition priming can result from rapid response learning

  title={Cortical activity reductions during repetition priming can result from rapid response learning},
  author={Ian G. Dobbins and David M. Schnyer and Mieke Verfaellie and Daniel L. Schacter},
Recent observation of objects speeds up their subsequent identification and classification. This common form of learning, known as repetition priming, can operate in the absence of explicit memory for earlier experiences, and functional neuroimaging has shown that object classification improved in this way is accompanied by ‘neural priming’ (reduced neural activity) in prefrontal, fusiform and other cortical regions. These observations have led to suggestions that cortical representations of… CONTINUE READING
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