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Neuropsychology

Print ISSN
0894-4105
Electronic ISSN
1931-1559
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3.176
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Proquest
URL
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. Metacognition in the behavioral variant of frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

    Neuropsychology 28(3):436 (2014) PMID 24548124 PMCID PMC4085356

    We examined metacognition in 12 patients with bvFTD, 14 with AD, and 35 healthy controls using feeling of knowing (FOK), ease of learning (EOL), judgment of learning (JOL), and retrospective confidence rating (CR) tasks, as well as response to feedback about performance. BvFTD and AD were both impai...
  6. Effect of illegal substance use on cognitive function in individuals with a psychotic disorder, a review and meta-analysis.

    Neuropsychology 26(6):785 (2012) PMID 22924618

    The results of this meta-analysis should be interpreted with caution, in light of the methodological difficulties reviewed. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)....
  7. Altered implicit category learning in anorexia nervosa.

    Neuropsychology 26(2):191 (2012) PMID 22201300 PMCID PMC3295920

    These results indicate that AN patients have implicit category learning deficits, and given this type of learning is thought to be mediated by striatal dopamine pathways, AN patients may have deficits in these neural systems. The finding of significant correlations with novelty seeking and sensitivi...
  8. Examining frontotemporal connectivity and rTMS in healthy controls: implications for auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia.

    Neuropsychology 26(1):127 (2012) PMID 22409340

    Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) has been shown to have clinically beneficial effects in altering the perception of auditory hallucinations (AH) in patients with schizophrenia. However, the mode of action is not clear. Recent neuroimaging findings indicate that rTMS has the potent...
  9. Executive functions and social competence in young children 6 months following traumatic brain injury.

    Neuropsychology 25(4):466 (2011) PMID 21463038 PMCID PMC3125456

    This study examined the impact of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in young children on executive functions and social competence, and particularly on the role of executive functions as a predictor of social competence. Data were drawn from a prospective, longitudinal study. Participants were children b...
  10. Neurocognitive functions and everyday functions change together in old age.

    Neuropsychology 25(3):368 (2011) PMID 21417532 PMCID PMC3086995

    These results together suggest that normative neurocognitive aging has substantial consequences for the daily lives of older adults and that both researchers and clinicians should be cautious when interpreting self-reports of everyday functioning....