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issociable neural correlates of item and context retrieval in the edial temporal lobes

@inproceedings{Wanga2013issociableNC,
  title={issociable neural correlates of item and context retrieval in the edial temporal lobes},
  author={eiqiong Wanga and Andrew P. Yonelinasa and C. N. Ranganatha},
  year={2013}
}
Although it is generally accepted that the medial temporal lobe (MTL) is critical for episodic memory, the contributions of cortical regions in the MTL, such as the perirhinal (PRc) and parahippocampal (PHc) cortices, remain unresolved. Recent studies have asserted that the PRc supports the processing of object and face information, whereas the PHc supports the processing of scene information. These findings have been used to characterize the PRc and PHc as being important for the memory of… 

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