Separate but interacting recognition memory systems for different senses: the role of the rat perirhinal cortex.

@article{Albasser2011SeparateBI,
  title={Separate but interacting recognition memory systems for different senses: the role of the rat perirhinal cortex.},
  author={Mathieu M. Albasser and E. S. Amin and Mihaela D. Iordanova and Malcolm W. Brown and John M S Pearce and John P. Aggleton},
  journal={Learning & memory},
  year={2011},
  volume={18 7},
  pages={435-43}
}
Two different models (convergent and parallel) potentially describe how recognition memory, the ability to detect the re-occurrence of a stimulus, is organized across different senses. To contrast these two models, rats with or without perirhinal cortex lesions were compared across various conditions that controlled available information from specific… CONTINUE READING