Memory of music: Roles of right hippocampus and left inferior frontal gyrus

@article{Watanabe2008MemoryOM,
  title={Memory of music: Roles of right hippocampus and left inferior frontal gyrus},
  author={Takamitsu Watanabe and Sho Yagishita and Hideyuki Kikyo},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2008},
  volume={39},
  pages={483-491}
}
We investigated neural correlates of retrieval success for music memory using event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging. To minimize the interference from MRI scan noise, we used sparse temporal sampling technique. Newly composed music materials were employed as stimuli, which enabled us to detect regions in absence of effects of experience with the music stimuli in this study. Whole brain analyses demonstrated significant retrieval success activities in the right hippocampus… CONTINUE READING

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