Visual recognition memory. Neurophysiological evidence for the role of temporal white matter in man.

@article{Puce1991VisualRM,
  title={Visual recognition memory. Neurophysiological evidence for the role of temporal white matter in man.},
  author={Aina Puce and David Gordon Andrewes and Samuel F. Berkovic and Peter F. Bladin},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={1991},
  volume={114 ( Pt 4)},
  pages={1647-66}
}
A novel event-related potential (ERP) elicited by a visuospatial recognition memory task was recorded in 20 patients with temporal lobe epilepsy using depth electrodes sited in the temporal lobes. The ERPs comprised two components, an N400 and a P600, and were similar in morphology to the previously reported ERP to verbal recognition memory tasks. The two ERP components in both verbal and visuospatial tasks were dependent on stimulus type and our data suggest that they do not simply represent… CONTINUE READING

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