Recollection-related increases in functional connectivity predict individual differences in memory accuracy.

@article{King2015RecollectionrelatedII,
  title={Recollection-related increases in functional connectivity predict individual differences in memory accuracy.},
  author={Danielle R King and Marianne de Chastelaine and Rachael L. Elward and Tracy H. Wang and Michael D. Rugg},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={35 4},
  pages={
          1763-72
        }
}
Recollection involves retrieving specific contextual details about a prior event. Functional neuroimaging studies have identified several brain regions that are consistently more active during successful versus failed recollection-the "core recollection network." In the present study, we investigated whether these regions demonstrate recollection-related increases not only in activity but also in functional connectivity in healthy human adults. We used fMRI to compare time-series correlations… CONTINUE READING

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