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It has been suggested that category-specific impairments for natural objects may reflect that natural objects are more globally visually similar than artefacts and therefore more difficult to recognize following brain damage (Aphasiology 13 (1992) 169). This account has been challenged by the...
ROB is a patient who has a severe deficit in recalling recently presented verbal material following rupture and repair of an anterior communicating artery aneurysm (Hanley JR, Davies ADM, Downes J, Mayes A. Cognitive Neuropsychology 1994;11:543–78; Hanley JR, Davies ADM. In: Parkin A, editor....
We compared the eye-movements of two patients who read letter-by-letter (LBL) following a left occipital lobe lesion with those of normal control subjects and of hemianopic patients in two tasks: a nonreading visual search task and a text reading task. Whereas the LBL readers exhibited similar...
In a recent study we demonstrated that reasoning with categorical syllogisms engages two dissociable mechanisms. Reasoning involving concrete sentences engaged a left hemisphere linguistic system while formally identical arguments, involving abstract sentences, recruited a parietal spatial...
To address the question of which brain regions subserve retrieval of emotionally-valenced memories, we used event-related fMRI to index neural activity during the incidental retrieval of emotional and non-emotional contextual information. At study, emotionally neutral words were presented in the...
The extent to which irrelevant perception of visual motion distractors can be modulated by manipulating auditory load in a relevant task was assessed with Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and behavioural experiments. Subjects performed an auditory task and ignored an irrelevant visual motion...
Memory-driven reaching and grasping movements were analysed in patients with left cerebral hemispheric damage and impaired gesture imitation. The dorsal and ventral streams of the visual pathway model of Milner and Goodale (Milner and Goodale, The Visual Brain in Action , 1995) are thought to...
Among 1848 young men appearing before the Danish draft board, 232 (13%) were left-handed. Of these, 118 (51%) used an inverted, or hook-like, writing posture, 49 (21%) used a non-inverted posture and the remaining 65 (28%) could not be categorized. There were no differences between left- and...
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