Unique and persistent individual patterns of brain activity across different memory retrieval tasks

@article{Miller2009UniqueAP,
  title={Unique and persistent individual patterns of brain activity across different memory retrieval tasks},
  author={Michael B. Miller and Christa-Lynn Donovan and John D. Van Horn and Elaine German and Peter Sokol-Hessner and George L. Wolford},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2009},
  volume={48},
  pages={625-635}
}
Fourteen subjects were scanned in two fMRI sessions separated by several months. During each session, subjects performed an episodic retrieval task, a semantic retrieval task, and a working memory task. We found that 1) despite extensive intersubject variability in the pattern of activity across the whole brain, individual activity patterns were stable over time, 2) activity patterns of the same individual performing different tasks were more similar than activity patterns of different… CONTINUE READING
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