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Highlights ► Initial consonants are retrieved 20–80 ms earlier than tones or central vowels. ► Tones are retrieved simultaneously with central vowels. ► Segmental encoding proceeds in an incremental manner. ► Segmental and suprasegmental encoding run in parallel and independently. ►...
Highlights ► ROI analyses of fronto-parietal regions and superior longitudinal fasciculus. ► Cortical regions predictive of working memory in development. ► SLF predictive of working memory in development. ► Joint contribution of cortical thickness and SLF microstructure in working...
Highlights ► Congenital prosopagnosics show typical figural, but atypical identity, aftereffects. ► Reduced aftereffects are seen only when the task taps the coding of face identity. ► Face aftereffects are functionally involved in face identification ability.
Highlights ► Associations between regional brain volumes and prospective memory (PM) examined. ► Medial temporal lobe volume positively correlated with focal PM performance. ► Effect was strongest for hippocampus. ► No regions significantly correlated with performance on the non-focal PM...
Highlights ► We study the effects of ageing on the neural correlates of object haptic recognition. ► ERP old/new effects were marginally significant in young and older adults. ► Reliable old/new effects in the theta band temporarily overlapped the ERP effects. ► The older adults showed...
Highlights ► The human evaluative system encodes outcome information in a flexible way. ► When the outcome is partly known, the FRN and P3 encode the most salient feature. ► When the outcome is fully known, the patterns of the FRN and the P3 dissociate.
Highlights ► In this study we probe the neural correlates of face perception using ERPs. ► Unique stimulus set contained images that varied on a continuum of “faceness”. ► The N170 component exhibited steep selectivity: larger for faces than all non-faces. ► Single-trial...
Highlights ► Adults with dyslexia do modulate attention using cues in a visual search task. ► However, they suffer more from increased numbers of and closer spacing of distractors. ► Dependence on cues and impact of distractors correlate with literacy achievements.
Highlights ► We tested body ownership in somatoparaphrenia in direct-view and mirror-view conditions. ► Mirror-view systematically reversed somatoparaphrenia. ► First experimental evidence that self-observation in a mirror alters limb disownership. ► This finding suggests dissociation...
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