The neural mechanisms of associative memory revisited: fMRI evidence from implicit contingency learning

Description: The aim of the present fMRI study was to further elucidate the neural mechanisms of the association memory (AM), separated into its constitutive complementary sub-processes of memory formation (i.e. encoding) and recall (i.e. retrieval). For this purpose, we adopted an innovative event-related fMRI task paradigm in which subjects are guided to acquire and later-on retrieve arbitrary but contingent face-name combinations.

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