Data from: Hippocampus is place of interaction between unconscious and conscious memories

Marc Alain Züst, Patrizio Colella, Thomas Peter Reber, Patrik Vuilleumier, Martinus Hauf, Simon Ruch & Katharina Henke
Recent evidence suggests that humans can form and later retrieve new semantic relations unconsciously by way of hippocampus—the key structure also recruited for conscious relational (episodic) memory. If the hippocampus subserves both conscious and unconscious relational encoding/retrieval, one would expect the hippocampus to be place of unconscious-conscious interactions during memory retrieval. We tested this hypothesis in an fMRI experiment probing the interaction between the unconscious and conscious retrieval of face-associated information. For the establishment of...
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