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LOSS OF RECENT MEMORY AFTER BILATERAL HIPPOCAMPAL LESIONS
In 1954 Scoville described a grave loss of recent memory which he had observed as a sequel to bilateral medial temporal-lobe resection in one psychotic patient and one patient with intractableExpand
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Effects of Different Brain Lesions on Card Sorting: The Role of the Frontal Lobes
Sorting tasks, requiring the subject to respond selectively, first to one aspect of a situation and then to another, have traditionally been regarded as sensitive indicators of brain injury, butExpand
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Interhemispheric differences in the localization of psychological processes in man.
  • B. Milner
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • British medical bulletin
  • 1 September 1971
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Deficits on subject-ordered tasks after frontal- and temporal-lobe lesions in man
Seventy-nine patients with unilateral frontal- or temporal-lobe excisions and 18 normal control subjects were tested on four self-ordered tasks requiring the organization of a sequence of pointingExpand
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THE ROLE OF EARLY LEFT‐BRAIN INJURY IN DETERMINING LATERALIZATION OF CEREBRAL SPEECH FUNCTIONS
Preparatory to craniotomy for the relief of medically refractory focal epilepsy, the lateralization of cerebral speech functions was determined by the Wada intracarotid Amytal test in 134 patientsExpand
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Further analysis of the hippocampal amnesic syndrome: 14-year follow-up study of H.M.☆
Abstract The report attempts to delineate certain residual learning capacities of H.M., a young man who became amnesic in 1953 following a bilateral removal in the hippocampal zone. In addition toExpand
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Cognitive Neuroscience and the Study of Memory
As Neuron prepares to enter the twenty-first century, the neurosciences, whose six decades of achievement we celebrate in this issue of the journal, have matured. With this maturation, theExpand
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Visually-guided maze learning in man: effects of bilateral hippocampal, bilateral frontal, and unilateral cerebral lesions
Seventy-nine patients with different cerebral lesions were trained on a visually- guided stylus maze. The main findings were: (1) bilateral hippocampal lesions produced the most severe impairment,Expand
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Design fluency: The invention of nonsense drawings after focal cortical lesions
Abstract One hundred patients with unilateral cortical excisions and 34 normal control subjects were tested for the ability to produce abstract (meaningless) designs under a time constraint. It wasExpand
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The neural substrates underlying word generation: a bilingual functional-imaging study.
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We used positron emission tomography to investigate word generation in subjects whose first language was English but who were also proficient in French. Expand
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