Anne Sophie Champod

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Numerous functional neuroimaging studies reported increased activity in the middorsolateral prefrontal cortex (MDLFC) and the posterior parietal cortex (PPC) during the performance of working memory tasks. However, the role of the PPC in working memory is not understood and, although there is strong evidence that the MDLFC is involved in the monitoring of(More)
Concomitant increase in activity within the mid-dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (MDLFC) and the posterior parietal cortex (PPC) is observed in most functional neuroimaging studies of working memory (Collette et al., 1999; Gerton et al., 2004; Sun et al., 2005; Postle et al., 2006; Champod and Petrides, 2007; Emery et al., 2008). Despite broad consensus on(More)
Studies that have investigated prism adaptation (PA) effects on symptoms of visuospatial neglect have primarily used neuropsychological tests as outcome measures. An important question that remains to be answered is whether PA effects translate into improvements in patients' daily life activities. In the present review, we examined systematically the(More)
There is considerable debate regarding the involvement of the medial frontal cortex in motor and cognitive functions. Recent neuroimaging data suggest a fundamental underlying process that links the motor and cognitive roles of the mid-cingulate cortex (MCC), namely the processing of feedback during trial and error learning in the cingulate motor region(More)
BACKGROUND Prism adaptation (PA) is a promising rehabilitation technique for visuo-spatial neglect. However, PA effects are often inconsistent across studies and the clinical application of this technique has been limited. The purpose of the present studies was to validate an easily standardized, home-friendly, and game-like PA technique (Peg-the-Mole) with(More)
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