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Neural processes underpinning episodic memory

@inproceedings{Hassabis2009NeuralPU,
  title={Neural processes underpinning episodic memory},
  author={D. Hassabis},
  year={2009}
}
Episodic memory is the memory for our personal past experiences. Although numerous functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies investigating its neural basis have revealed a consistent and distributed network of associated brain regions, surprisingly little is known about the contributions individual brain areas make to the recollective experience. In this thesis I address this fundamental issue by employing a range of different experimental techniques including neuropsychological… Expand
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