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Dyslexia-specific brain activation profile becomes normal following successful remedial training
Objectives To examine changes in the spatiotemporal brain activation profiles associated with successful completion of an intensive intervention program in individual dyslexic children. Methods TheExpand
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Brain mechanisms for reading words and pseudowords: an integrated approach.
The present study tested two predictions of dual-process models of reading: (i) that the brain structures involved in sublexical phonological analysis and those involved in whole-word phonologicalExpand
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Magnetocephalography: a noninvasive alternative to the Wada procedure.
OBJECT In this study the authors evaluated the sensitivity and selectivity of a noninvasive language mapping procedure based on magnetoencephalography (MEG), for determining hemispheric dominance forExpand
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Source localization of the N400 response in a sentence-reading paradigm using evoked magnetic fields and magnetic resonance imaging
The aim of the present investigation was to localize the sources of the N400 response elicited in a sentence-reading paradigm. Eight neurologically healthy adults viewed sentences that were presentedExpand
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Brain activation profiles in dyslexic children during non-word reading: a magnetic source imaging study
The purpose of the study was to identify spatiotemporal brain activation profiles associated with phonological decoding in dyslexic children using magnetic source imaging. For this purpose maps ofExpand
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Language Dominance in Children as Determined by Magnetic Source Imaging and the Intracarotid Amobarbital Procedure: A Comparison
This study evaluated the validity of data derived from magnetic source imaging regarding hemispheric dominance for language in children and adolescents with intractable seizure disorder by comparisonExpand
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Magnetoencephalographic mapping of the language-specific cortex.
OBJECT In this paper the authors introduce a novel use of magnetoencephalography (MEG) for noninvasive mapping of language-specific cortex in individual patients and in healthy volunteers. METHODSExpand
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Altered temporal correlations in resting-state connectivity fluctuations in children with reading difficulties detected via MEG
In this study we investigate systematic patterns of rapidly changing sensor-level interdependencies in resting MEG data obtained from 23 children experiencing reading difficulties (RD) and 27 non-impaired readers (NI). Expand
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Age-Related Changes in Regional Brain Activation During Phonological Decoding and Printed Word Recognition
Using magnetic source imaging, age-related changes in spatiotemporal brain activation profiles associated with printed word recognition and phonological decoding (pseudoword reading) were examined inExpand
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Detection and significance of focal, interictal, slow-wave activity visualized by magnetoencephalography for localization of a primary epileptogenic region.
OBJECT Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a novel noninvasive diagnostic tool used to determine preoperatively the location of the epileptogenic zone in patients with epilepsy. The presence of focalExpand
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