Neural activity differs between explicit and implicit learning of artificial grammar strings : An fMRI study

@inproceedings{Seger2010NeuralAD,
  title={Neural activity differs between explicit and implicit learning of artificial grammar strings : An fMRI study},
  author={Carol A. Seger},
  year={2010}
}
An influential neuropsychological finding in the field of human memory has been the dissociation of implicit from explicit memory. Explicit, or declarative, memory is memory for facts and events; it is dependent on the hippocampal and diencephalic brain systems (Cohen, Poldrack, & Eichenbaum, 1997; Squire, 1994). Implicit memory is a heterogeneous set of phenomena that have in common that they are preserved in patients with global amnesia and thus are independent of the hippocampal… CONTINUE READING
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