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Cytoarchitectonic organization of the human auditory cortex
A new cytoarchitectonic study of the human auditory cortex was undertaken in the light of recent knowledge concerning the architecture, fiber connectivity, and physiology of this region in theExpand
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Physiological and anatomical evidence for a magnocellular defect in developmental dyslexia.
Several behavioral studies have shown that developmental dyslexics do poorly in tests requiring rapid visual processing. In primates fast, low-contrast visual information is carried by theExpand
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Developmental dyslexia: Four consecutive patients with cortical anomalies
We report the neuroanatomical findings in 4 consecutively studied brains of men with developmental dyslexia. The patients, who ranged in age between 14 and 32 years, were diagnosed as dyslexic duringExpand
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Topographical variation of the human primary cortices: implications for neuroimaging, brain mapping, and neurobiology.
The relationships of the "primary" cytoarchitectonic neocortical fields, 17, 41, 3b, and 4 (Brodmann areas), to salient topographic landmarks have been reconstructed from serial histological sectionsExpand
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The return of Phineas Gage: clues about the brain from the skull of a famous patient.
When the landmark patient Phineas Gage died in 1861, no autopsy was performed, but his skull was later recovered. The brain lesion that caused the profound personality changes for which his caseExpand
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Cerebral lateralization. Biological mechanisms, associations, and pathology: I. A hypothesis and a program for research.
Part two of this three-part series commences with anomalous dominance and special talents. Part one appears in a previous issue of theArchives. 1 ANOMALOUS DOMINANCE AND SPECIAL TALENTS According toExpand
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Planum temporale asymmetry, reappraisal since Geschwind and Levitsky
Abstract This study utilizes the same brains reported by Geschwind and Levitsky [Science161, 186–187, 1968] and looks for indirect evidence for the Geschwind Hypothesis [Geschwind and Bahan, Proc.Expand
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Evidence for aberrant auditory anatomy in developmental dyslexia.
Abnormal auditory processing in dyslexics suggests that accompanying anatomical abnormalities might be present in the auditory system. Therefore, we measured cross-sectional neuronal areas in theExpand
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The intrinsic architectonic and connectional organization of the superior temporal region of the rhesus monkey
The superior temporal region (STR) in the rhesus monkey includes the circular sulcus (Cis), the supratemporal plane (STP), and the superior temporal gyrus (STG). Rostrally the STR is continuous withExpand
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Emerging cerebral connectivity in the human fetal brain: an MR tractography study.
Cerebral axonal connections begin to develop before birth during radial migration in each brain area. A number of theories are still actively debated regarding the link between neuronal migration,Expand
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