Encoding and retrieving faces and places: Distinguishing process- and stimulus-specific differences in brain activity

@article{Prince2009EncodingAR,
  title={Encoding and retrieving faces and places: Distinguishing process- and stimulus-specific differences in brain activity},
  author={Steven E. Prince and Nancy A. Dennis and Roberto Cabeza},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2009},
  volume={47},
  pages={2282-2289}
}
Among the most fundamental issues in cognitive neuroscience is how the brain may be organized into process-specific and stimulus-specific regions. In the episodic memory domain, most functional neuroimaging studies have focused on the former dimension, typically investigating the neural correlates of various memory processes. Thus, there is little information about what role stimulus-specific brain regions play in successful memory processes. To address this issue, the present event-related… CONTINUE READING

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