Episodic memory, our ability to mentally re-live past events and experiences, lies at the core of human cognition and behaviour. It is epitomised by retrieving a full-blown memory upon receiving a simple reminder cue, also known as cued recall. In this talk, I will present a series of experiments aimed at elucidating how cued recall is implemented in the human brain. Using fMRI, scalp EEG and intracranial EEG, I will show how the hippocampus serves as a switchboard between perceptual cues and mnemonic targets and describe the whole-brain dynamics governing the recall process.
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