Imaging Cognition: An Empirical Review of PET Studies with Normal Subjects

  title={Imaging Cognition: An Empirical Review of PET Studies with Normal Subjects},
  author={R. Cabeza and L. Nyberg},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  • R. Cabeza, L. Nyberg
  • Published 1997
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
  • We review PET studies of higher-order cognitive processes, including attention (sustained and selective), perception (of objects, faces, and locations), language (word listening, reading, and production), working memory (phonological and visuo-spatial), semantic memory retrieval (intentional and incidental), episodic memory retrieval (verbal and nonverbal), priming, and procedural memory (conditioning and skill learning). For each process, we identify activation patterns including the most… CONTINUE READING
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