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Right hemisphere emotional perception: evidence across multiple channels.
Emotional perception was examined in stroke patients across 3 communication channels: facial, prosodic, and lexical. Hemispheric specialization for emotion was tested via right-hemisphere (RH) and… Expand
Emotional versus nonemotional lexical perception in patients with right and left brain damage.
- B. Cicero, J. Borod, +5 authors I. Grunwald
- Medicine, Psychology
- Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral…
- 1 October 1999
OBJECTIVE This study examined lexical emotional perception in patients with unilateral brain damage. BACKGROUND Hypotheses pertaining to laterality and emotion were tested. More specifically, we… Expand
Modality dependent changes in event-related potentials correlate with specific cognitive functions in nondemented patients with Parkinson's disease
- I. Bodis‐Wollner, J. Borod, +6 authors M. Yahr
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of neural transmission. Parkinson's…
SummaryThe relationship between event-related potentials (ERPs) and cognitive functioning was studied in patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD) but without dementia. Auditory and visual stimuli were… Expand
[Sealants in the prevention of occlusal caries].
[Comparison of the commercial-functional characteristics of various brackets].
The object of the scientific research from the Authors, has been to carry out research into a pertaining to the technology of marketable goods about three types of brackets of Roth system, today on… Expand
[Epidemiologic survey of carious disease in the population at a compulsory school in the city of Civitacastellana (VT)].