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LOSS OF RECENT MEMORY AFTER BILATERAL HIPPOCAMPAL LESIONS
The results of these studies point to the importance of the hippocampal complex for normal memory function in patients who had undergone similar, but less radical, bilateral medial temporallobe resections, and as a warning to others of the risk to memory involved in bilateral surgical lesions of the hippocampusal region.
Effects of Different Brain Lesions on Card Sorting: The Role of the Frontal Lobes
- B. Milner
- Psychology, Biology
- 1 July 1963
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, but…
Deficits on subject-ordered tasks after frontal- and temporal-lobe lesions in man
THE ROLE OF EARLY LEFT‐BRAIN INJURY IN DETERMINING LATERALIZATION OF CEREBRAL SPEECH FUNCTIONS
- T. Rasmussen, B. Milner
- Psychology, MedicineAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- 1 September 1977
The results of the Amytal speech tests in this series of patients point to locus of lesion as one of the critical determinants in the lateralization of cerebral speech processes after early left-brain injury.
Cognitive Neuroscience and the Study of Memory
Further analysis of the hippocampal amnesic syndrome: 14-year follow-up study of H.M.☆
The neural substrates underlying word generation: a bilingual functional-imaging study.
- D. Klein, B. Milner, R. Zatorre, E. Meyer, Alan C. Evans
- Psychology, LinguisticsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 28 March 1995
The results suggest that common neural substrates are involved in within- and across-language searches and that the left inferior frontal region is activated irrespective of whether the search is guided by phonological or semantic cues.
The role of the right hippocampus in the recall of spatial location
Design fluency: The invention of nonsense drawings after focal cortical lesions