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The rate of learning or memory formation varies over time for any individual, partly due to moment-to-moment fluctuation of brain state. Functional neuroimaging has revealed the neural correlates of learning and memory, but here we asked if neuroimaging can causally enhance human learning by detection of brain states that reveal when a person is prepared or not prepared to learn. The parahippocampal cortex (PHC) is essential for memory formation for scenes. Here, activation in PHC was monitoreddoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.07.063 pmid:21821136 pmcid:PMC4230014 fatcat:2y6hwrpmejfl7mmvqjodx7q3xe