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We present a novel paradigm to identify shared and unique brain regions underlying non-semantic, non-phonological, abstract, audio-visual (AV) memory vs. naming using a longitudinal functional magnetic resonance imaging experiment. Participants

We present a novel paradigm to identify shared and unique brain regions underlying non-semantic, non-phonological, abstract, audio-visual (AV) memory vs. naming using a longitudinal functional magnetic resonance imaging experiment. Participants were trained to associate novel AV stimulus pairs containing hidden linguistic content. Half of the stimulus pairs were distorted images of animals and sine-wave speech versions of the animal's name. Images and sounds were distorted in such a way as to make their linguistic content easily recognizable only after being made aware of its existence.

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    • 2013-10-11
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00706
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    Smith, J. F., Braun, A. R., Alexander, G. E., Chen, K., & Horwitz, B. (2013). Separating lexical-semantic access from other mnemonic processes in picture-name verification. Frontiers in Psychology, 4. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00706

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