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In this study, we investigated retrieval from verbal episodic memory using a self-paced event-related fMRI paradigm, similar to the designs typically used in behavioral studies of memory function. We tested the hypothesis that the medial temporal lobe (MTL) is involved in the actual recovery of verbal information (retrieval success) rather than in the attempt to retrieve information (retrieval attempt). To this end, we used a verbal recognition task, distinguishing correctly recognized words,doi:10.1006/nimg.2001.0758 pmid:11352616 fatcat:7djnm6k66bacnfqafydjluamty