Time-locked multiregional retroactivation: A systems-level proposal for the neural substrates of recognition and recall

Cognition 3 (1-2):25-62 (1989)
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Keywords info:mesh/Perception  info:mesh/Brain Mapping  info:mesh/Psychomotor Performance  info:mesh/Humans  info:mesh/Brain  info:mesh/Memory  info:mesh/Retention (Psychology)  Brain   Animals   Humans   Brain Mapping   Memory   Mental Recall   Retention (Psychology)   Perception   Psychomotor Performance  info:mesh/Animals  info:mesh/Mental Recall
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