Many roads lead to recognition: Electrophysiological correlates of familiarity derived from short-term masked repetition priming

@article{Lucas2012ManyRL,
  title={Many roads lead to recognition: Electrophysiological correlates of familiarity derived from short-term masked repetition priming},
  author={Heather D. Lucas and Jason R. Taylor and Richard N. A. Henson and Ken A. Paller},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={50},
  pages={3041-3052}
}
The neural mechanisms that underlie familiarity memory have been extensively investigated, but a consensus understanding remains elusive. Behavioral evidence suggests that familiarity sometimes shares sources with instances of implicit memory known as priming, in that the same increases in processing fluency that give rise to priming can engender familiarity. One underappreciated implication of this account is that patterns of neural activity that appear to index familiarity in a generic sense… CONTINUE READING
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