New paper in Neuropsychologia

Congratulations to Ata Karagoz, PhD candidate in the Complex Memory Lab, on the publication of his first-author manuscript! Using a publicly available fMRI dataset in which individuals watched the film The Grand Budapest Hotel, Ata demonstrated that social information, such as character identity and semantic relatedness between characters, can be decoded throughout subregions of the Default Mode Network and the Medial Temporal Network. The paper, titled “Cortico-hippocampal networks carry information about characters and their relationships in an extended narrative,” is available now in Neuropsychologia.

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