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Figure 2. From: Multi-voxel patterns of visual category representation during episodic encoding are predictive of subsequent memory.

(A) Classification accuracy for image category (Face vs. Scene) across temporal and prefrontal ROIs. (B) Classification accuracy for image sub-category (Male vs. Female for Face trials; Manmade vs. Natural for Scene trials) across temporal and prefrontal ROIs. Error bars indicate standard error of the mean.

Brice A. Kuhl, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;50(4):458-469.
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Figure 3. From: Multi-voxel patterns of visual category representation during episodic encoding are predictive of subsequent memory.

(A) Difference in classification accuracy for items subsequently Remembered vs. subsequently Forgotten across temporal and prefrontal ROIs. (B) Difference in continuous measure of classifier evidence for items subsequently Remembered vs. subsequently Forgotten across temporal and prefrontal ROIs. Error bars indicate standard error of the mean.

Brice A. Kuhl, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;50(4):458-469.
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Figure 5. From: Multi-voxel patterns of visual category representation during episodic encoding are predictive of subsequent memory.

Correlation matrices for Face and Scene encoding trials showing the mean strength of correlations between trial-level classifier evidence in individual prefrontal and temporal ROIs. Correlation coefficients were transformed to Fisher's z prior to averaging.

Brice A. Kuhl, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;50(4):458-469.
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Figure 1. From: Multi-voxel patterns of visual category representation during episodic encoding are predictive of subsequent memory.

(A) ROI specification for temporal (left) and prefrontal (right) regions. (B) Importance map showing voxels that positively contributed to Face vs. Scene encoding; arbitrarily thesholded at .01. (C) Univariate contrast of Face vs. Scene encoding trials.

Brice A. Kuhl, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;50(4):458-469.
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Figure 4. From: Multi-voxel patterns of visual category representation during episodic encoding are predictive of subsequent memory.

Across-subject correlations showing relationship between mean classifier evidence at encoding and mean success rate at retrieval. Correlations are separately shown for prefrontal ROIs (top row; classifier evidence averaged across the five prefrontal ROIs) and temporal ROIs (bottom row; classifier evidence averaged across the three temporal ROIs) and for Face trials (left column) and Scene trials (right column).

Brice A. Kuhl, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;50(4):458-469.
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Figure 6. From: Multi-voxel patterns of visual category representation during episodic encoding are predictive of subsequent memory.

Pattern similarity analysis. Correlation coefficients were computed for all pairs of encoding trials, reflecting the similarity of the neural response across voxels for each pair of trials. The resulting r values were z-transformed and averaged according to whether they represented within-category correlations (e.g., Face-Face), between-category correlations (Face-Scene) and according to subsequent memory status (e.g., Remembered-Remembered). The similarity analysis was separately performed for each prefrontal and temporal ROI and data were then averaged across the three temporal ROIs and the five prefrontal ROIs. Within-category similarity was greater than between-category similarity for both temporal and prefrontal regions. For the temporal regions, within-category similarity was greater among Remembered trials (Rem. – Rem.) than among Forgotten trials (Forg. – Forg.). Additionally, Forgotten items were more similar to within-category Remembered items (Rem. – Forg.) than to other within-category Forgotten items (Forg. – Forg.). Error bars represent standard error of the mean. * p < .05.

Brice A. Kuhl, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;50(4):458-469.

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