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The role of the medial temporal lobe in memory and perception : evidence from rats, nonhuman primates and humans

Author: Kim S Graham; David Gaffan; Experimental Psychology Society.
Publisher: East Sussex, UK ; New York : Psychology Press, 2005.
Series: Quarterly journal of experimental psychology., B,, Comparative and physiological psychology ;, v. 58B, iss. 3-4.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kim S Graham; David Gaffan; Experimental Psychology Society.
ISBN: 1841699985 9781841699981
OCLC Number: 62206769
Notes: At head of title: Special issue.
Description: p. [193]-400 : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Role of the medial temporal lobe in memory and perception : evidence from rats, nonhuman primates and humans / Kim S. Graham and David Gaffan --
Roles of perirhinal cortex, postrhinal cortex, and the fornix in memory for objects, contexts, and events in the rat / M.J. Eacott and E.A. Gaffan --
Contrasting hippocampal and perirhinal cortex function using immediate early gene imaging / John P. Aggleton and Malcolm W. Brown --
Perirhinal cortex and long-term familiarity memory / E.T. Rolls, L. Franco, S.M. Stringer --
Role of the perirhinal cortex and hippocampus in learning, memory, and perception / Mark J. Buckley --
Perceptual-mnemonic/feature conjunction model of perirhinal cortex function / Timothy J. Bussey, Lisa M. Saksida, Elisabeth A. Murray --
Monkey perirhinal cortex is critical for visual memory, but not for visual perception : reexamination of the behavioural evidence from monkeys / Robert R. Hampton --
Contribution of the human medial temporal lobe to perception : bridging the gap between animal and human studies / Andy C.H. Lee, Morgan D. Barense, Kim S. Graham --
Role of the human medial temporal lobe in object recognition and object discrimination / J.S. Holdstock --
Mini-review of fMRI studies of human medial temporal lobe activity associated with recognition memory / Richard Henson --
Anatomy of object processing : the role of anteromedial temporal cortex / Peter Bright, Helen E. Moss, Emmanuel A. Stamatakis, Lorraine K. Tyler --
Perirhinal cortex and its neighbours in the medial temporal lobe : contributions to memory and perception / Elisabeth A. Murray, Kim S. Graham, David Gaffan.
Series Title: Quarterly journal of experimental psychology., B,, Comparative and physiological psychology ;, v. 58B, iss. 3-4.
Responsibility: edited by Kim S. Graham and David Gaffan.

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