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Areas of brain activation in males and females during viewing of erotic film excerpts
Various lines of evidence indicate that men generally experience greater sexual arousal (SA) to erotic stimuli than women. Yet, little is known regarding the neurobiological processes underlying suchExpand
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A Phonological Investigation of Aphasic Speech
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Neural correlates of lexical and sublexical processes in reading
The purpose of the present study was to compare the brain regions and systems that subserve lexical and sublexical processes in reading. In order to do so, three types of tasks were used: (i). silentExpand
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Basal cortisol levels and cognitive deficits in human aging
A group of 19 healthy elderly subjects previously shown to differ in terms of their cortisol levels over a 4 year period were administered a neuropsychological test battery assessing memory,Expand
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Agrammatism in sentence production without comprehension deficits: Reduced availability of syntactic structures and/or of grammatical morphemes? A case study
A French-speaking patient with Broca's aphasia--following a left-hemisphere lesion involving the sylvian region but sparing Broca's area--is presented. Like G. Miceli, A. Mazzuchi, L. Menn, and H.Expand
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Anatomoclinical correlations of the aphasias as defined through computerized tomography: Exceptions
We have studied the frequency of exceptions to classical aphasia localizations in right-handed, literate, adult, native speakers of Italian with focal vascular left-hemisphere lesions, correlatingExpand
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Psychosocial distress and infertility: a review of controlled research.
Three hypotheses have been most often cited on the link between infertility and psychosocial distress: (1) psychosocial problems trigger infertility; (2) infertility triggers psychosocial distress;Expand
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The contribution of the right cerebral hemisphere to the recovery from aphasia: a single longitudinal case study
We examined the role of the right cerebral hemisphere in the recovery from aphasia of HJ, a 50-year-old right-handed and unilingual man who suffered from severe aphasia caused by an extensive leftExpand
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