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On the lateralization of emotional prosody: An event-related functional MR investigation
Auditory Language Comprehension: An Event-Related fMRI Study on the Processing of Syntactic and Lexical Information
The present data may be taken to suggest an involvement of the left frontal and bilateral temporal cortex when processing syntactic information during comprehension.
White matter plasticity in the corticospinal tract of musicians: A diffusion tensor imaging study
Voice perception: Sex, pitch, and the right hemisphere
By identifying distinct functional regions in the right STG, the study supports the notion of a fundamental role of the right hemisphere in spoken language comprehension and suggests a functional segregation of theright superior temporal cortex for the processing of different voice parameters.
Visual activation of auditory cortex reflects maladaptive plasticity in cochlear implant users.
Incomplete reversal of this deafness-induced cortical reorganization might limit clinical benefit from a cochlear implant and help explain the high inter-subject variability in auditory speech comprehension.
FMRI reveals brain regions mediating slow prosodic modulations in spoken sentences
- M. Meyer, K. Alter, A. Friederici, G. Lohmann, D. V. von Cramon
- BiologyHuman brain mapping
- 1 October 2002
Generally, brain responses to speech melody were stronger in right than left hemisphere sites, suggesting a particular role of right cortical areas in the processing of slow prosodic modulations.
A network for audio–motor coordination in skilled pianists and non-musicians
Neurocognition of auditory sentence comprehension: event related fMRI reveals sensitivity to syntactic violations and task demands.
Direct current induced short-term modulation of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex while learning auditory presented nouns
- S. Elmer, Marcel Burkard, Basil Renz, M. Meyer, L. Jancke
- Psychology, BiologyBehavioral and Brain Functions
- 15 July 2009
It is shown that the tDCS technique has the potential to modulate short-term verbal learning mechanism and implies that the left DLPFC is a crucial area involved in short- term verbal learning mechanisms.
fMRI in Patients With Motor Conversion Symptoms and Controls With Simulated Weakness
The overall pattern suggests more complex mental activity in patients with conversion disorder than in controls, and is associated with a distinctive pattern of activation, which overlaps with but is different from the activation pattern associated with simulated weakness.