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Subjects learned lists composed of labeled photographs of famous people, places, and common manipulable objects. Pattern classiﬁer techniques based on neural activity during learning revealed distinct patterns of category-related activity that occurred several seconds prior to recall. Moreover, and in agreement with the studies reviewed above, activity in the lateral fusiform (as well as right pSTS) best predicted recall of famous people, activity in left pMTG and left posterior Annu. Rev. Psychol.