The Functional Neuroanatomy of Episodic and Semantic Autobiographical Remembering: A Prospective Functional MRI Study

@article{Levine2004TheFN,
  title={The Functional Neuroanatomy of Episodic and Semantic Autobiographical Remembering: A Prospective Functional MRI Study},
  author={Brian Levine and Gary R. Turner and Danielle J. Tisserand and Stephanie J. Hevenor and Simon J. Graham and Anthony Randal McIntosh},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={1633-1646}
}
Autobiographical memory comprises episodic and semantic components mediated by dissociable states of consciousness, one promoting the experience of the self at a specific moment in the past, and the other involving self-knowledge that does not require mental time travel. These components can be difficult to dissociate using retrospective autobiographical stimuli collection. In this study, we manipulated the episodic/semantic distinction within prospectively collected autobiographical stimuli… 
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