What are the functional deficits produced by hippocampal and perirhinal cortex lesions?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (3):460-461 (1999)
A hippocampal patient is described who shows preserved item recognition and simple recognition-based recollection but impaired recall and associative recognition. These data and other evidence suggest that contrary to Aggleton & Brown's target article, Papez circuit damage impairs only complex item-item-context recollection. A patient with perirhinal cortex damage and a delayed global memory deficit, apparently inconsistent with A&B's framework, is also described.
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DOI 10.1017/S0140525X99372034
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