Nicole Delvecchio

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In understanding the brain's response to extensive practice and development of high-level, expert skill, a key question is whether the same brain structures remain involved throughout the different stages of learning and a form of adaptation occurs, or a new functional circuit is formed with some structures dropping off and others joining. After training(More)
The functional neuroanatomy associated with processing single words incidentally, outside focal attention, was investigated. We asked subjects (n = 15) to listen, focus on, and comprehend a story narrative, and then single, unrelated but meaningful words were intruded into the ongoing narrative. We also manipulated the type of intruded word, using either(More)
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