Successful remembering elicits event-specific activity patterns in lateral parietal cortex.

@article{Kuhl2014SuccessfulRE,
  title={Successful remembering elicits event-specific activity patterns in lateral parietal cortex.},
  author={Brice A. Kuhl and Marvin M. Chun},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 23},
  pages={8051-60}
}
Remembering a past event involves reactivation of content-specific patterns of neural activity in high-level perceptual regions (e.g., ventral temporal cortex, VTC). In contrast, the subjective experience of vivid remembering is typically associated with increased activity in lateral parietal cortex (LPC)--"retrieval success effects" that are thought to generalize across content types. However, the functional significance of LPC activation during memory retrieval remains a subject of active… CONTINUE READING

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