Evidence for separate perceptual reactivation and search processes during remembering.

@article{Wheeler2006EvidenceFS,
  title={Evidence for separate perceptual reactivation and search processes during remembering.},
  author={Mark E. Wheeler and Gordon L. Shulman and Randy L. Buckner and Francis M. Miezin and Katerina Velanova and Steven E. Petersen},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2006},
  volume={16 7},
  pages={949-59}
}
Remembering involves the coordinated recruitment of strategic search processes and processes involved in reconstructing the content of the past experience. In the present study we used a cueing paradigm based on event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging to separate activity in the initial preparation phases of retrieval from later phases during which retrieval search ensued, and detailed auditory and visual memories were reconstructed. Results suggest a dissociation among inferior… CONTINUE READING

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