False positives to confusable objects predict medial temporal lobe atrophy.


Animal models agree that the perirhinal cortex plays a critical role in object recognition memory, but qualitative aspects of this mnemonic function are still debated. A recent model claims that the perirhinal cortex is required to recognize the novelty of confusable distractor stimuli, and that damage here results in an increased propensity to judge… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hipo.22137


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