I remember you: a role for memory in social cognition and the functional neuroanatomy of their interaction.

@article{Spreng2012IRY,
  title={I remember you: a role for memory in social cognition and the functional neuroanatomy of their interaction.},
  author={R. Nathan Spreng and Raymond A. Mar},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2012},
  volume={1428},
  pages={43-50}
}
Remembering events from the personal past (autobiographical memory) and inferring the thoughts and feelings of other people (mentalizing) share a neural substrate. The shared functional neuroanatomy of these processes has been demonstrated in a meta-analysis of independent task domains (Spreng, Mar & Kim, 2009) and within subjects performing both tasks (Rabin, Gilboa, Stuss, Mar, & Rosenbaum, 2010; Spreng & Grady, 2010). Here, we examine spontaneous low-frequency fluctuations in fMRI BOLD… CONTINUE READING

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