Brain and Language
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Brain and Language 150:143 (2015)• We tested word and line bisection among typical and impaired readers. • We performed also a cross language comparison. ...
Brain and Language 150:129 (2015)• We investigated action verb/noun and object noun productions with ERPs. • Differences observed between 200 and 400ms after picture onset. ...
Brain and Language 150:117 (2015)• We investigated the role of the arcuate fasciculus (AF) in post-stroke aphasia. • We found that left hemispheric AF damage correlates with aphasia symptoms. ...
Brain and Language 150:103 (2015)• We explored neuroplasticity related to training and generalization in aphasia. • Direct training coincided with region-specific increased functional connectivity...
Brain and Language 150:153 (2015)• Apraxic agraphia may occur after a thalamic stroke. • Apraxic agraphia after thalamic lesions may follow from diaschisis affecting the frontal writing center. ...
• Verbal fluency performance correlates with the anatomy of the IFG and insula. • Sentence generation correlates with the anatomy of parietal and prefrontal region...
• Low level linguistic rules impact on the perception of speech sounds. • We investigate when complex rules impact on sound categorization with EEG. ...
• Neuronal changes underlying semantic processing occur during the course of aging. • Young (vs old) adults recruit the inferior prefrontal regions to a greater ex...
• MEG data show significant effects of discourse coherence during listening. • Cross-correlation analysis yielded context effects on M50c and M200c. ...
• Sensitivity of phonological brain areas depends on presentation modality. • Sonority differences do not tax processing during passive listening. ...