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Highlights ► We varied properties of audiovisual sentences in behavioural and fMRI experiments. ► Visual cues to intelligibility were more effective when auditory clarity was low. ► Linguistic manipulations affected intelligibility most at the highest level of auditory clarity. ►...
Highlights ► Results reveal significant alterations in neural activation in OCD. ► Alterations are strongly dependent on task demands. ► Data attribute fronto-cingulate system a major psychopathological relevance.
Highlights ► Left fronto-temporal N300 related to orthographic–phonological lexical integration. ► Bilateral N300 in dyslexia marks poor orthographic–phonological lexical access. ► N300 is related to reading fluency and might act as a neurophysiological marker.
Highlights ► Awareness of a blind-field stimulus increased when a saccade was about to bring that stimulus into the sighted field. ► A blind-field prime facilitated detection of a near-threshold sighted field stimulus in the same location. ► Post-saccadic enhanced sensitivity in the sighted...
Highlights ► The electrophysiological interactions between endogenous, exogenous attention and conscious perception are explored. ► Cue-related ERPs demonstrated that exogenous attentional capture is strongly linked to subsequent conscious reports. ► Endogenous orienting before target...
Highlights ► Motor simulation as a basic strategy to semantically judge action verbs. ► Schizophrenia is often associated with semantic impairments. ► Action verb understanding is preserved in first episode psychosis patients. ► Patients use simulation to compensate deficits in...
Highlights ► People with early Alzheimer's symptoms vary in memory self-appraisal accuracy. ► We indexed memory self-appraisal via a psychometrically-validated measure. ► Our a priori neuroimaging focus was medial prefrontal functional connectivity. ► Medial prefrontal functional...
Highlights ► Successful manipulation of auditory extinction in patients with unilateral brain damage. ► Significant reduction by systematic increase in stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA). ► Effects of SOA demonstrated in patients with right and left-hemispheric brain damage. ► Hemispheric...
Highlights ► Allochiria can occur in the absence of attention/inattention disorders. ► Residual spatial attentional function might explain the unusual crossed manifestation of allochiria. ► Body representation is not merely a stored register of proprioceptive inputs. ► At higher levels of...
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