Mélanie Strauss

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Sir, We read with interest the article by Tzovara et al. (2015), recently published in Brain. In this study the authors adapted a paradigm we previously designed (Bekinschtein et al., 2009) to probe the EEG of comatose patients in response to two types of violations of auditory regularities. Unfortunately, several important problems mitigate the reliability(More)
During visual perception, automatic bottom-up and controlled top-down processes occur simultaneously and interact in a complex way, making them difficult to isolate and characterize. In rare neurological conditions, such a dissociation can be achieved more easily. In the present work, we studied a patient (AC) with a posterior lesion of the corpus callosum(More)
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