Rami Hänninen

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We describe patient E.P. who occasionally perceives a 'ghost' hand which copies the previous positions of the left hand with a 0.5-1 min time lag, but follows the movement patterns of the right hand. The symptoms started after an operation of a ruptured aneurysm, followed by an infarction of the right frontal lobe; E.P. also has a previously lesioned corpus(More)
Under normal circumstances, information from a number of sources is combined to compute a unitary percept of the body. However, after pathology these influences may be perceived simultaneously, resulting in multiple dissociated conscious representations. In a recent paper, we described subject E.P., a right-handed female stroke patient with a right(More)
The phonemic errors of three Finnish Broca's aphasics were analyzed according to various phonological features, frequency of segments, syllable, word, and stress positions, as well as for the phonotactic structure of the uncanonical products. It was found, e.g., that the distance between the syntagmatic error and its source could not be satisfactorily(More)
This paper introduces a digital waveguide model of a flute which features a full set of finger holes of a real flute. The model responds correctly to real playing techniques, including the fingering combinations, overblow-ing, and vibrato. Many of the flute model parameters, such as the lengths of delay lines and finger hole filter parameters, have been(More)
The relationship between simultaneous and successive processing and their assumed underlying neuro-anatomical structures was examined. According to the model of Das, Kirby, and Jarman (1975, 1979) simultaneous processing, occurs mainly in the posterior parts of the brain (parieto-occipital areas) and successive processing in anterior regions of the brain(More)
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