Emmanuel Bizas

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This study evaluated the utility of electroencephalographic (EEG) measures as indices of regional cerebral engagement activation during reading in neurologically intact adult volunteers. EEG was recorded from 16 scalp locations as participants performed four visual detection tasks designed to tap into increasingly more complex operations regularly involved(More)
This study examined patterns of variation in the ongoing electroencephalogram during performance of three visual tasks. One task required exact arithmetic calculations on Arabic numerals. A second task involved pseudoword processing as a control for the verbal (phonological) component that is, by definition, part of arithmetic tasks. A third task primarily(More)
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