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The Retinotopic Organization of the Human Middle Temporal Area MT/V5 and Its Cortical Neighbors
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Together with similarities in retinotopic organization and topological neighborhood, the functional properties suggest that MT/V5 in human and macaque cortex are homologous.
Neural Basis of Aging: The Penetration of Cognition into Action Control
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Age-related changes in cyclical hand and/or foot movements across different degrees of complexity are investigated to investigate an age-related shift along the continuum from automatic to more controlled processing of movement.
Longitudinal assessment of chemotherapy-induced structural changes in cerebral white matter and its correlation with impaired cognitive functioning.
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Evidence of longitudinal changes in cognitive functioning and cerebral WM integrity after chemotherapy as well as an association between both are reported.
The Processing of Three-Dimensional Shape from Disparity in the Human Brain
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Testing the interaction between stereo and order of disparity in a large cohort of human subjects revealed the involvement of five IPS regions, as well as V3 and the V3A complex in occipital cortex, the posterior inferior temporal gyrus (ITG), and ventral premotor cortex in the extraction and processing of 3D shape from stereo.
Quantitative diffusion tensor imaging in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Revisited
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This study provides support for the view of ALS as a multisystem disease, in which the entire frontotemporal lobe is implicated, with more reliable voxel‐wise statistical results than had previously been possible.
Quantitative diffusion tensor imaging in cerebral palsy due to periventricular white matter injury.
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The degeneration of various motor and sensory pathways, as well as deep grey matter structures, appears to be important in determining the pathophysiological mechanisms in patients with congenital PWI.
Lateralization of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) activation in the auditory pathway of patients with lateralized tinnitus
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FMRI of the entire auditory pathway, including the inferior colliculus, the medial geniculate body and the auditory cortex, was performed in 42 patients with tinnitus and 10 healthy volunteers to assess lateralization of fMRI activation, supporting the hypothesis that tinnitis is an auditory phantom phenomenon.
The Representation of Tool Use in Humans and Monkeys: Common and Uniquely Human Features
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While the observation of a grasping hand activated similar regions in humans and monkeys, an additional specific sector of IPL devoted to tool use has evolved in Homo sapiens, although tool-specific neurons might reside in the monkey grasping regions.
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