The human entorhinal cortex participates in associative memory.

Abstract

Animal studies have shown that lesions of the parahippocampal cortex impair learning of visual stimulus-stimulus associations. We tested the hypothesis that recall of paired associates, in contrast to recall of non-associated items, activates the parahippocampal cortex in humans. Ten volunteers had their regional cerebral blood flow measured with positron… (More)

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@article{Klingberg1994TheHE, title={The human entorhinal cortex participates in associative memory.}, author={Torkel Klingberg and Per E. Roland and Ryuta Kawashima}, journal={Neuroreport}, year={1994}, volume={6 1}, pages={57-60} }