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Activation Timecourse of Ventral Visual Stream Object-recognition Areas: High Density Electrical Mapping of Perceptual Closure Processes
Object recognition is achieved even in circumstances when only partial information is available to the observer. Perceptual closure processes are essential in enabling such recognitions to occur. WeExpand
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Impaired visual object recognition and dorsal/ventral stream interaction in schizophrenia.
BACKGROUND Schizophrenia is associated with well-documented deficits in high-order cognitive processes such as attention and executive functioning. The integrity of sensory-level processing, however,Expand
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Validity of a novel computerized cognitive battery for mild cognitive impairment
BackgroundThe NeuroTrax Mindstreams computerized cognitive assessment system was designed for widespread clinical and research use in detecting mild cognitive impairment (MCI). However, theExpand
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Push-pull mechanism of selective attention in human extrastriate cortex.
Selective attention operates in visual cortex by facilitating processing of selected stimuli and by filtering out unwanted information from nearby distracters over circumscribed regions of visualExpand
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White matter correlates of cognitive domains in normal aging with diffusion tensor imaging
The ability to perform complex as well as simple cognitive tasks engages a network of brain regions that is mediated by the white matter fiber bundles connecting them. Different cognitive tasksExpand
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A Common Cognitive Profile in Elderly Fallers and in Patients with Parkinson's Disease: The Prominence of Impaired Executive Function and Attention
The present study examined the cognitive profile of elderly fallers relative to healthy elderly controls and patients with Parkinson's disease (PD), a positive-control group, using a computerizedExpand
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Structural correlates of cognitive domains in normal aging with diffusion tensor imaging
The involvement of brain structures in specific cognitive functions is not straightforward. In order to characterize the brain micro-structural correlates of cognitive domains, 52 healthy subjects,Expand
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Visual Perceptual Learning in Human Object Recognition Areas: A Repetition Priming Study Using High-Density Electrical Mapping
It is often the case that only partial or degraded views of an object are available to an observer, and yet in many of these cases, object recognition is accomplished with surprising ease. TheExpand
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Modeling of Cognitive Impairment by Disease Duration in Multiple Sclerosis: A Cross-Sectional Study
Background/Aims Large-scale population studies measuring rates and dynamics of cognitive decline in multiple sclerosis (MS) are lacking. In the current cross-sectional study we evaluated the patternsExpand
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Impaired sensory processing as a basis for object-recognition deficits in schizophrenia.
OBJECTIVE Individuals are able to recognize common objects even when portions of them are obscured from view, reflecting the operation of neural perceptual closure processes. This study evaluates theExpand
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