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Neuropsychology

Print ISSN
0894-4105
Electronic ISSN
1931-1559
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3.176
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Proquest
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/08944105
Usage rank
1742
Article count
1070
Free count
23
Free percentage
0.0214953
PDFs via platforms
APA, CSA, Proquest, and Sciencedirect from 1990

  1. Scared by you: modulation of bodily-self by emotional body-postures in autism.

    Neuropsychology 25(2):270 (2011) PMID 21381831

    The bodily self-advantage is a low-level function present in typically developing (TD) and in high-functioning ASD children. Body postures, especially when they are endogenously generated, modulate the self and others' body processing. The advantage for processing others' fearful, comparing to other...
  2. Mapping of semantic, phonological, and orthographic verbal working memory in normal adults with functional magnetic resonance imaging.

    Neuropsychology 13(2):171 (1999) PMID 10353369

    Twelve neurologically normal participants (4 men and 8 women) performed semantic, phonological, and orthographic working memory tasks and a control task during functional magnetic resonance imaging. Divergent regions of the posterior left hemisphere used for decoding and storage of information emerg...
  3. Regional cerebral volume loss associated with verbal learning and memory in dementia of the Alzheimer type.

    Neuropsychology 13(2):188 (1999) PMID 10353370

    These results provide evidence that the verbal memory deficit of Alzheimer's disease (AD) is associated not only with the mesial temporal limbic cortex, thought to be the site of earliest and most severe pathology in AD, but also with damage in the thalamus....
  4. Automatic process development following severe closed head injury.

    Neuropsychology 11(2):296 (1997) PMID 9110336

    These results indicate that for memory-based search tasks the effects of a CHI may slow down the speed with which automatic processes develop but that CHI participants can acquire and use automatic processes in task performance....
  5. APOE and spatial navigation in amnestic MCI: results from a computer-based test.

    Neuropsychology 28(5):676 (2014) PMID 24749727

    We investigated the association between APOE ε4 status and spatial navigation in patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI) and assessed the role of hippocampal volume in this association. Participants were 74 patients with clinically confirmed aMCI (33 APOE ε4 noncarriers, 26 heterozyg...
  6. Impaired facial emotion recognition in patients with ventromedial prefrontal hypoperfusion.

    Neuropsychology 28(4):605 (2014) PMID 24773416

    Empathy refers to our ability to recognize and share emotions by another human being. Impairment may underlie many of the emotional deficits commonly associated with a range of neuropsychiatric and neurological conditions. The prefrontal cortex (PFC) has long been implicated in these processes, but...
  7. Impaired naming of famous musical melodies is associated with left temporal polar damage.

    Neuropsychology 28(3):429 (2014) PMID 24364392 PMCID PMC4095894

    Previous research has shown that damage to the left temporal pole (LTP) is associated with impaired retrieval of words for unique entities, including names of famous people and landmarks. However, it is not known whether retrieving names for famous melodies is associated with the LTP. The aim of thi...
  8. Heterogeneity of brain lesions in pediatric traumatic brain injury.

    Neuropsychology 27(4):438 (2013) PMID 23876117

    We report MRI findings from a large, multicenter study of childhood TBI, the Social Outcomes of Brain Injury in Kids (SOBIK) study, which compared qualitative and quantitative neuroimaging findings in 72 children with complicated mild-to-severe TBI to 52 children with orthopedic injury (OI). Qualita...
  9. Impaired implicit sequence learning in Parkinson's disease patients with freezing of gait.

    Neuropsychology 27(1):28 (2013) PMID 23356594

    The present results suggest that PD patients suffering from FOG pathology exhibit a specific impairment in the acquisition of automaticity. When working memory capacity is supplementarily loaded by adding a DT, sequence learning in FRs becomes increasingly impaired. These findings indicate that ther...
  10. "Neuromotor outcomes at school age after extremely low birth weight: Early detection of subtle signs": Correction to Gidley Larson et al. (2...

    Neuropsychology 26(4):540 (2012) PMID 22746311

    ELBW participants performed worse than term-born on design-copying and dexterity, were age-appropriate compared to normative data, and had slower timed movements and more subtle overflow movements. Those ELBW born <26 weeks performed most poorly compared with those born 26-34 weeks and term-born. Co...