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participate in the encoding of objects and their context, providing domainspecific input to the hippocampus. ... Specifically, emerging findings demonstrate that the level of engagement of perirhinal cortex predicts later memory for individual items, whereas the level of hippocampal processing correlates with later ... Acknowledgements Thanks to T Awipi, L Litman, K Ochsner and B Staresina for helpful discussions and comments, and the Seaver Foundation for grant support. ...doi:10.1016/j.conb.2006.10.012 pmid:17097284 fatcat:hju2fekqcze7fp4en7nvgztioq
The view that different kinds of memory are mediated by dissociable neural systems has received extensive experimental support. ... Dissociations between memory systems are usually observed during initial acquisition, consolidation, and retrieval of memory, however increasing evidence also indicates a role for multiple memory systems ... These findings provide evidence for a dissociation regarding the effectiveness of extinction protocols at targeting different kinds of memory. ...doi:10.3389/fnsys.2019.00016 pmid:31133825 pmcid:PMC6514057 fatcat:5nfcmnfs4ngndmiutoyvrdccra
On the other hand, recent neuroimaging studies of intact individuals report hippocampal activation during retrieval of both autobiographical memories and semantic information that includes historical facts ... These data suggest that sharp dissociations between episodic and semantic memory may be overly simplistic and that the hippocampus plays a role in the retrieval of spatial content whether drawn from a ... Patterns of wholebrain activation observed during retrieval of episodic memory and spatial semantic memory did not markedly differ, which is inconsistent with the notion that retrieval of episodic memory ...doi:10.1016/j.bbr.2010.04.010 pmid:20385169 fatcat:zjgvy7zcuvaa7ectdkavtc7wfy
シンポジウム10‐4 神経機能画像の進歩 高次脳機能の神経機能画像研究
シンポジウム10‐4 神経機能画像の進歩 高次脳機能の神経機能画像研究
Brain 2009; 132: 1386-1395 4)Suzuki M, Tsukiura T, Matsue Y, et al: Dissociable brain activations during the retrieval of different kinds of spatial context memory. ... (Clin Neurol, 49: 933-934, 2009) T, Okuda J, Tsukiura T, et al: The role of the basal forebrain in episodic memory retrieval: a positron emission tomography study. ...doi:10.5692/clinicalneurol.49.933 pmid:20030252 fatcat:3iqyzsacsfcu5b7e77inmhsjgu
In conjunction with event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging activation patterns the brain systems recruited by various aspects of episodic memory retrieval can be identified. ... seems to reflect an ensemble of evaluation processes that are set by the task context in which retrieval occurs. ... found that ERPs to correctly rejected new items for which contributions from episodic memory can be excluded differed as a function of the retrieval context, that is, the specificity of information that ...doi:10.1111/1469-8986.3750565 pmid:11037034 fatcat:qc7yp7xn5zbmdpqbfauf5rcksu
In conjunction with event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging activation patterns the brain systems recruited by various aspects of episodic memory retrieval can be identified. ... seems to reflect an ensemble of evaluation processes that are set by the task context in which retrieval occurs. ... found that ERPs to correctly rejected new items for which contributions from episodic memory can be excluded differed as a function of the retrieval context, that is, the specificity of information that ...doi:10.1017/s0048577200992230 pmid:11037034 fatcat:tbrytzj4obhjte446yhdk2ricq
We describe how this "predictive interactive multiple memory systems" (PIMMS) framework can be applied to human neuroimaging data acquired during encoding or retrieval phases of the recognition memory ... Importantly, it is the resulting "prediction error"-the difference between these predictions and the forward transmission of sensory evidence-that drives memory encoding and retrieval. ... Acknowledgments The authors thank Tim Shallice and two anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments. ...doi:10.1002/hipo.20857 pmid:20928831 fatcat:u4eqopkevvc3lip3ejxqnlmuv4
Reactivation refers to the phenomenon wherein patterns of neural activity expressed during perceptual experience are re-expressed at a later time, a putative neural marker of memory. ... Here, we highlight recent evidence of systematic differences in how (and where) perceptual events and memories are represented in the brain. ... Acknowledgments We thank Zhifang Ye and Maxwell Drascher for helpful discussions and feedback on earlier drafts of this manuscript. S.E.F. was supported by NIH grant K00-EY031607. ...doi:10.1016/j.tins.2020.09.006 pmid:33041061 pmcid:PMC7688497 fatcat:ygv7nibgdbdj3aalulcnncuuy4
To identify consistent activation patterns associated with these cognitive operations, data from 412 contrasts were summarized at the level of cortical Brodmann's areas, insula, thalamus, medial-temporal ... & Positron emission tomography (PET) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have been extensively used to explore the functional neuroanatomy of cognitive functions. ... Parietal regions were also activated during temporal-order retrieval, suggesting a general role in context memory. ...doi:10.1162/08989290051137585 pmid:10769304 fatcat:7mph4tjvnfdtfmbhnn5zfnukwi
In susceptible individuals, overwhelming traumatic stress often results in severe abnormalities of memory processing, manifested either as the uncontrollable emergence of memories (flashbacks) or as an ... In particular, we examine the role of state dependent memory (wherein memories are difficult to recall unless the conditions at encoding and recall are similar), and discuss how advances in the neurobiology ... Michael Kopelman (Kings College, London) for making us aware of the dearth of facilities dedicated to research and treatment of dissociative amnesia in the USA. ...doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2018.00259 pmid:30429781 pmcid:PMC6220081 fatcat:hvxbyybjxvaajp53oqe2toptyu
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Using event-related fMRI to assess delay-period activity during performance of spatial and nonspatial working memory tasks. Brain Research, 5, 57-00. Quamme, J. R., Yonelinas, A. P., & Norman, K. ... Brain activity underlying encoding and retrieval of source memory. Cerebral Cortex, 12, 1047-1050. Cohen, N. J., & Eichenbaum, H. (1993). Memory, amnesia, and the hippocampal system. ...
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences
Do different kinds of plasticity underlie different kinds of learning? Neuropsycho- logia 27, 41 — 59. ... J. (2002) Cellular imaging with zif268 expression in the rat nucleus accumbens and frontal cortex further dissociates the neural pathways activated following the retrieval of contextual and cued fear memory ...
Expression of immediate-early genes (IEGs) has been used to map specific functions onto neuronal activity in different areas of the brain including the hippocampus (IEG imaging). ... In total, IEG studies provide support for (1) the role of the hippocampus in spatial and contextual learning and memory, (2) its role in continuous encoding of ongoing experience, (3) septotemporal dissociations ... Episodic memory, amnesia, and the hippocampal-anterior thalamic axis. Behav. Brain Sci. ...doi:10.1101/lm.698107 pmid:18007019 fatcat:c7u6xbqrafb7tacn3upae4l3ey
The qualitatively different patterns of results observed in PRc and hippocampus/PHc are inconsistent with a memory strength account and are consistent with the idea that different MTL regions process different ... Furthermore, event-related f MRI data from healthy subjects revealed PRc activation associated with successful retrieval of item details, whereas activation in the hippocampus and PHc was associated with ... Different MTL subregions show dissociable patterns of activation during source recognition. ...doi:10.1162/jocn.2009.21335 pmid:19702458 pmcid:PMC2862119 fatcat:hubppjeyfjd5rfiacezcgmer6i
Instead, the evidence is consistent with the idea that medial temporal lobe subregions differ in terms of the kind of information they process and represent, and that these regions collectively support ... correspond to different types of memory tasks, cognitive processes, or states of awareness. ... Acknowledgements The author gratefully acknowledges the intellectual contributions of Howard Eichenbaum, Andy Yonelinas, Rachel Diana, Debbie Hannula, and the other members of the UC Davis Memory Group ...doi:10.1002/hipo.20852 pmid:20928833 fatcat:e4fogwie4rhblbvp2kx5pqxd5y
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