Neural activity supporting the formation of associative memory versus source memory.

  title={Neural activity supporting the formation of associative memory versus source memory.},
  author={Heekyeong Park and Vale Shannon and John Biggan and Catherine A. Spann},
  journal={Brain research},
The ability to form a new association with discontiguous elements constitutes the very crux of episodic memory. However, it is not fully understood whether different types of associations rely on common neural correlates for encoding associations. In the present study, we investigated whether the formation of associative memory (associations between items) and source memory (associations between an item and its context) recruits common neural activity during encoding, or whether each type of… CONTINUE READING


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