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Validation of Italian multiple sclerosis quality of life 54 questionnaire
OBJECTIVES Health related quality of life (HRQOL) inventories are multi-dimensional measures of patient-centred health status developed for clinical research. The MS quality of life 54 (MSQOL-54) isExpand
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Neural Correlates of Processing Passive Sentences
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We investigate the neural correlates of processing passive sentences, which differ from other complex sentences in terms of representation (i.e., noun phrase (NP)-movement) and processing. Expand
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How the brain processes different dimensions of argument structure complexity: Evidence from fMRI
Verbs are central to sentence processing, as they encode argument structure (AS) information, i.e., information about the syntax and interpretation of the phrases accompanying them. The behavioralExpand
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Evaluation and retraining of adults' cognitive impairment: which role for virtual reality technology?
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This paper provides a concrete example of what the authors think may be the role of immersive virtual reality as a clinical tool. Expand
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Computer-assisted memory retraining of patients with multiple sclerosis
This study aimed to assess the efficacy and specificity of direct computer-assisted memory retraining (CR) in MS patients, in comparison to non-specific retraining, while controlling for severity ofExpand
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Active versus passive exploration of virtual environments modulates spatial memory in MS patients: a yoked control study
This study investigated whether exploration of computer-generated environments can selectively enhance spatial memory in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Fifteen patients and 15 healthyExpand
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Argument structure deficits in aphasia: New perspective on models of lexical production
Background: The study explores the ability of fluent and non-fluent aphasic patients to produce verbs using the appropriate argument structure, i.e., a feature specifying the number and type ofExpand
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More on central nervous system correlates of virtual reality testing
Polygraphic recordings of EEG and peripheral variables of 10 healthy volunteers taking a VRbased cognitive testing were analysed to describe the phenomenology of short-term and longterm EEG and EPExpand
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Probing Memory and Executive Functions with Virtual Reality: Past and Present Studies
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The technology of virtual reality (VR) has been used to develop interactive programs that simulate everyday life environments, where healthy subjects and patients with central nervous system dysfunctions are asked to carry out tasks that probe incidental memory and executive functions. Expand
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The Application of Virtual Reality to Document Coping Deficits After a Stroke: Report of a Case
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An immersive virtual reality (IVR) paradigm to assess cognitive flexibility and problem solving was used to document everyday life-coping failures in a patient with cognitive sequelae of an anterior left thalamic stroke. Expand
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