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Combined spatial and temporal imaging of brain activity during visual selective attention in humans
VISUAL–SPATIAL attention is an essential brain function that enables us to select and preferentially process high priority information in the visual fields1,2. Several brain areas have been shown toExpand
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Selective attention to color and location: An analysis with event-related brain potentials
Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded from subjects as they attended to colored bars that were flashed in random order to the left or right of fixation. The task was to detect slightlyExpand
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How the brain processes complex words: an event-related potential study of German verb inflections.
Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded as German-speaking subjects read verbs in correct and incorrect participle forms. The critical words were presented in three different versions toExpand
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Brain potentials related to self-generated and external information used for performance monitoring
OBJECTIVE Humans need to supervise and adjust their own behavior by means of an error detection and correction system as well as by using externally available information. The purpose of the presentExpand
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Watching the brain during meaning acquisition.
Acquiring the meaning of a new word in a foreign language can be achieved either by rote memorizing or, similar to meaning acquisition during infancy, by extracting it from context. Little is knownExpand
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Brain potentials indicate differences between regular and irregular German plurals
EVENT-RELATED brain potentials were recorded as 18 German-speaking subjects read sentences that contained as critical words German nouns in correct and incorrect plural forms. Two types of pluralsExpand
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Brain potential and functional MRI evidence for how to handle two languages with one brain
Bilingual individuals need effective mechanisms to prevent interference from one language while processing material in the other. Here we show, using event-related brain potentials and functionalExpand
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Hunger and satiety in anorexia nervosa: fMRI during cognitive processing of food pictures
Neuroimaging studies of visually presented food stimuli in patients with anorexia nervosa have demonstrated decreased activations in inferior parietal and visual occipital areas, and increasedExpand
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Neural Mechanisms Underlying Adaptive Actions after Slips
An increase in cognitive control has been systematically observed in responses produced immediately after the commission of an error. Such responses show a delay in reaction time (post-error slowing)Expand
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Event-related brain responses to morphological violations in Catalan.
The ERP (event-related potential) violation paradigm was used to investigate brain responses to morphologically correct and incorrect verb forms of Catalan. Violations of stem formation andExpand
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