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Source memory depends on our ability to recollect contextual information-such as the time, place, feelings, and thoughts associated with a past event. It is acknowledged that the medial temporal lobe (MTL) plays a critical role in binding such episodic features. Yet, controversy exists over the nature of MTL binding-whether it contributes specifically to source recollection or whether it contributes equally to both item familiarity and source recollection. To resolve this issue, the authorsdoi:10.1037/a0014500 pmid:19159146 fatcat:qtra7ck5gbasbljq5ht2tj3yqi