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Children's Production on Verbal and Non-Verbal Fluency Tasks
Children aged 6 to 13 yr. were given verbal and non-verbal fluency tasks as well as the Vocabulary and Block Design subtests of the WISC-R. The results, providing normative data, showed that theExpand
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Disruption of Right Prefrontal Cortex by Low-Frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Induces Risk-Taking Behavior
Decisions require careful weighing of the risks and benefits associated with a choice. Some people need to be offered large rewards to balance even minimal risks, whereas others take great risks inExpand
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Illusory Reduplication of One's Own Body: Phenomenology and Classification of Autoscopic Phenomena.
Autoscopic phenomena involve the illusory reduplication of one's own body. The literature on the topic is widely scattered and suffers from considerable terminological and conceptual inconsistencies.Expand
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Affective Judgments of Faces Modulate Early Activity (∼160 ms) within the Fusiform Gyri
Functional neuroimaging studies have implicated the fusiform gyri (FG) in structural encoding of faces, while event-related potential (ERP) and magnetoen- cephalography studies have shown that such encoding occurs approximately 170 ms poststimulus. Expand
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Frontal lobe function in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: a neuropsychologic and positron emission tomography study
In this study the regional cerebral glucose utilization and the neuropsychological performance of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) was investigated. Special attention was given toExpand
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Beyond re-membering: phantom sensations of congenitally absent limbs.
Phantom limbs are traditionally conceptualized as the phenomenal persistence of a body part after deafferentation. Previous clinical observations of subjects with phantoms of congenitally absentExpand
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Rapid emotional face processing in the human right and left brain hemispheres: an ERP study.
Imaging work has begun to elucidate the spatial organization of emotions; the temporal organization, however, remains unclear. Adaptive behavior relies on rapid monitoring of potentially salient cuesExpand
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Attention and Interhemispheric Transfer: A Behavioral and fMRI Study
We found an inverse correlation between the proportion of crossed trials in a block and the CUD and this effect can be attributed to spatial attention. Expand
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Intermanual transfer of proximal and distal motor engrams in humans
We studied intermanual motor transfer for right-to-left or left-to-right direction of transfer between either proximal or distal upper extremity muscle groups. The influence of previously acquiredExpand
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Affective judgments of faces modulate early activity (approximately 160 ms) within the fusiform gyri.
Functional neuroimaging studies have implicated the fusiform gyri (FG) in structural encoding of faces, while event-related potential (ERP) and magnetoencephalography studies have shown that suchExpand
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