Pre-stimulus neural activity predicts successful encoding of inter-item associations

  title={Pre-stimulus neural activity predicts successful encoding of inter-item associations},
  author={Richard J. Addante and Marianne de Chastelaine and Michael D. Rugg},
fMRI was employed to investigate the relationship between pre-stimulus neural activity and associative encoding of words and pictures in humans. While undergoing scanning, subjects studied randomly interleaved word or picture pairs. A pre-stimulus cue preceded the presentation of each study pair and signaled whether it would comprise words or pictures. Memory for the study pairs was later tested with an associative recognition test, which comprised word or picture pairs presented either in the… CONTINUE READING
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