Lag‐sensitive repetition suppression effects in the anterior parahippocampal gyrus

@article{Brozinsky2005LagsensitiveRS,
  title={Lag‐sensitive repetition suppression effects in the anterior parahippocampal gyrus},
  author={Craig J. Brozinsky and Andrew P. Yonelinas and Neal E. A. Kroll and Charan Ranganath},
  journal={Hippocampus},
  year={2005},
  volume={15}
}
Single‐unit recording studies of monkeys have shown that neurons in perirhinal and entorhinal cortex exhibit activity reductions following stimulus repetition, and some have suggested that these “repetition suppression” effects may represent neural signals that support recognition memory. Critically, repetition suppression effects are most pronounced at short intervals between stimulus repetitions. Here, we used event‐related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to identify repetition… 
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