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Fig. 2

From: Coordinated representational reinstatement in the human hippocampus and lateral temporal cortex during episodic memory retrieval

Fig. 2

Reinstatement of item-context associations in the hippocampus. a Grand average reinstatement map for congruent (left) and incongruent (right) trials in the hippocampus, where the same item is viewed in either the same or a different context (room) during retrieval. b T-map of the congruent vs. incongruent contrast reveals a significant cluster at p(corr) < 0.05 (outlined in black), indicating that HC reinstatement represents the binding of item-context information. c Reinstatement of same vs. different items regardless of context (left) and same vs. different contexts regardless of item (right): no significant clusters. d Reinstatement in the congruent and the incongruent conditions in the significant cluster in b tested against zero (one-sample t-test); colored dots indicate individual subjects. *** indicates p < 0.001

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