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Individual differences in the perception of temporal order: The effect of age and cognition
Temporal-order judgements in the time range of some milliseconds were assessed by using two auditory tasks in 86 participants, aged from 20 to 69 years. Two stimulus presentation modes, binauralExpand
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Auditory perception of temporal order in humans: The effect of age, gender, listener practice and stimulus presentation mode
The temporal order (TO) of two auditory stimuli can be reported correctly when they are separated by a gap of approximate 30 ms. Since no clear evidence on individual differences in human sequencingExpand
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Training in rapid auditory processing ameliorates auditory comprehension in aphasic patients: A randomized controlled pilot study
Experimental studies have often reported close associations between rapid auditory processing and language competency. The present study was aimed at improving auditory comprehension in aphasicExpand
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Non-invasive alternating current stimulation induces recovery from stroke.
BACKGROUND Recovery of post-stroke deficits can be achieved by modulating neuroplasticity with non-invasive brain stimulation. To evaluate potential effects of repetitive transorbital alternatingExpand
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Divergent effects of age on performance in spatial associative learning and real idiothetic memory in humans
This study focuses on age-related differences concerning two kinds of spatial memory assessed by: (1) Paired Associates Learning (PAL) test from the CANTAB and (2) a test of Real Idiothetic MemoryExpand
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Temporal order perception of auditory stimuli is selectively modified by tonal and non-tonal language environments
The close relationship between temporal perception and speech processing is well established. The present study focused on the specific question whether the speech environment could influenceExpand
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Temporal processing as a base for language universals: cross-linguistic comparisons on sequencing abilities with some implications for language therapy.
PURPOSES The study sets the stage for temporal information processing as a fundamental basis of human cognition and a novel neurorehabilitation method. We focus on auditory perception of temporalExpand
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Electrophysiological Indicators of the Age-Related Deterioration in the Sensitivity to Auditory Duration Deviance
The present study investigates age-related changes in duration discrimination in millisecond time domain. We tested young (N = 20, mean age = 24.5, SD = 2.97) and elderly (N = 20, mean age = 65.2, SDExpand
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Towards electrophysiological correlates of auditory perception of temporal order
Recent studies have postulated that the temporal order (TO) of two successive events can be correctly identified if they are separated by an inter-stimulus interval (ISI) of at least 30 ms duration.Expand
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Temporal information processing as a basis for auditory comprehension: clinical evidence from aphasic patients.
BACKGROUND Temporal information processing (TIP) underlies many aspects of cognitive functions like language, motor control, learning, memory, attention, etc. Millisecond timing may be assessed byExpand
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