The hippocampal formation participates in novel picture encoding: evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging.

@article{Stern1996TheHF,
  title={The hippocampal formation participates in novel picture encoding: evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging.},
  author={Chantal E. Stern and Suzanne Corkin and R Gilberto Gonz{\'a}lez and Alexander Ramos Guimar{\~a}es and James R Baker and P J Jennings and Candice A Carr and Reiko Sugiura and Vasanth Vedantham and Bruce R. Rosen},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1996},
  volume={93 16},
  pages={8660-5}
}
Considerable evidence exists to support the hypothesis that the hippocampus and related medial temporal lobe structures are crucial for the encoding and storage of information in long-term memory. Few human imaging studies, however, have successfully shown signal intensity changes in these areas during encoding or retrieval. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we studied normal human subjects while they performed a novel picture encoding task. High-speed echo-planar imaging… CONTINUE READING
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