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Greater Neural Pattern Similarity Across Repetitions Is Associated with Better Memory
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This result addresses a longstanding debate in the study of memory by showing that successful episodic memory encoding occurs when the same neural representations are more precisely reactivated across study episodes, rather than when patterns of activation are more variable across time. Expand
Neural bases of asymmetric language switching in second-language learners: An ER-fMRI study
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The results suggest that neural correlates of language switching differ depending on the direction of the switch and that there does not seem to be a specific brain area acting as a "language switch". Expand
Dissociated brain organization for single-digit addition and multiplication
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Results showed that both addition and multiplication were supported by a broad neural system that involved regions within SMA, precentral gyrus, intraparietal sulcus, occipital gyri, superior temporal Gyrus, and middle frontal gyrus as well as some subcortical structures. Expand
Sustained and transient language control in the bilingual brain
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It is suggested that sustained and transient activities in the human brain modulate the behavioral costs during switching-related language control. Expand
The Effects of CACNA1C Gene Polymorphism on Spatial Working Memory in Both Healthy Controls and Patients with Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder
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It is indicated that rs1006737 may have differential effects on working memory in different disease populations and pointed to the necessity for more studies in different patient populations. Expand
Transformed Neural Pattern Reinstatement during Episodic Memory Retrieval
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Strong pattern reinstatement is found in the frontoparietal cortex, but not in the ventral visual cortex, that represents visual details, suggesting that memory retrieval is not a faithful replay of past event but rather involves additional constructive processes to serve adaptive functions. Expand
Language experience shapes fusiform activation when processing a logographic artificial language: An fMRI training study
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The results suggest that visual familiarity, phonological processing, and semantic processing all make significant but different contributions to shaping the fusiform activation. Expand
Individual differences in false memory from misinformation: Cognitive factors
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Findings suggest that people with relatively low intelligence and poor perceptual abilities might be more susceptible to the misinformation effect. Expand
Holistic or compositional representation of two-digit numbers? Evidence from the distance, magnitude, and SNARC effects in a number-matching task
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It is suggested that the representation of two-digit numbers is on a single mental number line, but it depends on the stage of processing whether they are processed holistically or compositionally. Expand
Chinese kindergartners’ automatic processing of numerical magnitude in Stroop-like tasks
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It is found that Chinese kindergartners showed automatic processing of numerical magnitude, which is significantly different from previous studies’ findings about the onset age. Expand
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