RESEARCH SEMINAR
Friday November 24th 2017, 3:30pm
DOES RECOLLECTION HAVE ITS OWN BRAIN NETWORK?
Recollection of information about a recently experienced episode is associated with elevated fMRI BOLD signal in a characteristic, broadly distributed set of neural regions. I will argue that these regions comprise a specific functional brain network (the 'core recollection network'), present data that speak to possible functions of the different members of the network, and discuss the relationship between the network and other large-scale brain networks.
PRESENTED BY
Professor Michael D. Rugg
Distinguished Chair in Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Director, Center for Vital Longevity
from the University of Texas at Dallas
INVITED BY
Monika Harvey