Dissociation between the effects of damage to perirhinal cortex and area TE.

@article{Buffalo1999DissociationBT,
  title={Dissociation between the effects of damage to perirhinal cortex and area TE.},
  author={Elizabeth A. Buffalo and Seth Jacob Ramus and Robert Edward Holmes Clark and Edmond Teng and Larry R Squire and Stuart M. Zola},
  journal={Learning & memory},
  year={1999},
  volume={6 6},
  pages={
          572-99
        }
}
Perirhinal cortex and area TE are immediately adjacent to each other in the temporal lobe and reciprocally interconnected. These areas are thought to lie at the interface between visual perception and visual memory, but it has been unclear what their separate contributions might be. In three experiments, monkeys with bilateral lesions of the perirhinal cortex exhibited a different pattern of impairment than monkeys with bilateral lesions of area TE. In experiment 1, lesions of the perirhinal… CONTINUE READING

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