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OBJECTIVES We present a new imaging technology that will allow to obtain three-dimensional maps of oxygen saturation in the brain tissues. This technology is not invasive and not ionizing, and can lead to small, portable device that can be brought to bedside. METHODS The technology uses a combination of near-infrared laser light and ultrasound. Like for(More)
This paper investigates the processing of Hebrew derivational morphology in an individual (S.E.) with deficient phonological short-term memory. In comparison to 10 age- and education-matched men, S.E. was impaired on digit span tasks and demonstrated no recency effect in word list recall. S.E. had low word retention span, but he exhibited phonological(More)
— Though the application of telecommunication technology for rehabilitation of aphasic patients has been proposed as an appropriate mode for the delivery of speech and language services in general and for aphasic patients in particular, systematic research into the delivery of therapy via telerehabilitation (TR) is limited. The present study attempts to(More)
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