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The anatomy of phonological and semantic processing in normal subjects.
- J. Démonet, F. Chollet, Richard S. J. Frackowiak
- Psychology, LinguisticsBrain : a journal of neurology
- 1 December 1992
Brain activation was assessed in the temporal, parietal and frontal multi-modal association areas that constitute parts of a large network that represent the specific anatomic substrate of the lexico-semantic processing of language.
Cognitive mechanisms underlying reading and spelling development in five European orthographies
Predictors of developmental dyslexia in European orthographies with varying complexity.
- K. Landerl, F. Ramus, G. Schulte-Körne
- PsychologyJournal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
- 1 June 2013
Phoneme deletion and RAN were strong concurrent predictors of developmental dyslexia, while verbal ST/WM and general verbal abilities played a comparatively minor role, demonstrating how orthographic complexity exacerbates some symptoms of Dyslexia.
Early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease using cortical thickness: impact of cognitive reserve
Using a normalized thickness index-based criterion may help with early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease at the individual level, especially for highly educated subjects, up to 24 months before clinical criteria for Alzheimer's Disease diagnosis are met.
Brain abnormalities underlying altered activation in dyslexia: a voxel based morphometry study.
Evidence is provided that altered activation observed within the reading system is associated with altered density of grey and white matter of specific brain regions, such as the left middle and inferior temporal gyri and the left arcuate fasciculus, which supports the view that dyslexia isassociated with both local grey matter dysfunction and with altered connectivity among phonological/reading areas.
The “handwriting brain”: A meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies of motor versus orthographic processes
Renewal of the neurophysiology of language: functional neuroimaging.
The impact of the functional neuroimaging revolution on the understanding of language is characterized to show how functional imaging can allow fine-grained approaches to adaptation, the fundamental property of the brain.
Strategic roadmap for an early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease based on biomarkers
The graphemic/motor frontal area Exner's area revisited
Direct cortical stimulation and functional magnetic resonance imaging were used to study the human frontal areas involved in writing.
Deficit of verb generation in nondemented patients with Parkinson's disease
- P. Péran, O. Rascol, D. Cardebat
- Psychology, LinguisticsMovement disorders : official journal of the…
- 1 February 2003
PD patients were significantly impaired in the two tasks involving verb production, i.e., verb/verb and noun/verb generation, whereas their performance was similar to those of controls in theTwo tasks requiring noun production.