D. Ladowski

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BACKGROUND Aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH) survivors commonly exhibit impairment on phonemic and semantic fluency tests; however, it is unclear which of the contributing cognitive processes are compromised in aSAH patients. One method of disentangling these processes is to compare initial word production, which is a rapid, semiautomatic,(More)
Sex differences in various cognitive abilities have been demonstrated in terms of performance differentials and, more recently, in differences in activation patterns during fMRI. Hemispheric lateralization is sometimes accentuated in sex differences; e.g., women demonstrating greater activation of the left hemisphere than men during verbal tasks. We were(More)
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