Encoding- and retrieval-related brain activity underlying false recognition

@article{Abe2013EncodingAR,
  title={Encoding- and retrieval-related brain activity underlying false recognition},
  author={Nobuhito Abe and Toshikatsu Fujii and Maki Suzuki and Aya Ueno and Yayoi Shigemune and Shunji Mugikura and Shoki Takahashi and Etsuro Mori},
  journal={Neuroscience Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={76},
  pages={240-250}
}
We examined the neural activity associated with true and false recognition during both encoding and retrieval using the Remember/Know procedure to separate recollection (i.e., mental reinstatement of experienced events during which unique details of a memory are recalled) and familiarity (i.e., mental awareness that an event has been experienced previously without the unique details of the event) in recognition memory. Neuroimaging data at retrieval revealed that the right parahippocampal gyrus… CONTINUE READING
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