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Predicting Neural Activity Patterns Associated with Sentences Using a Neurobiologically Motivated Model of Semantic Representation
We introduce an approach that predicts neural representations of word meanings contained in sentences then superposes these to predict neural representations of new sentences. A neurobiologicalExpand
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Multiple Regions of a Cortical Network Commonly Encode the Meaning of Words in Multiple Grammatical Positions of Read Sentences.
Deciphering how sentence meaning is represented in the brain remains a major challenge to science. Semantically related neural activity has recently been shown to arise concurrently in distributedExpand
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Identification of Successful Cognitive Aging in the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative Study.
The present prospective observational study aimed to identify the existence of successful cognitive agers among a group of well-defined cognitively healthy older adults (n = 354, mean age = 75Expand
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Longitudinal Functional Brain Mapping in Supernormals
Prevention of age-related cognitive decline is an increasingly important topic. Recently, increased attention is being directed at understanding biological models of successful cognitive aging. Here,Expand
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Investigating the use of texture features for analysis of breast lesions on contrast-enhanced cone beam CT
Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has found use in mammography for imaging the entire breast with sufficient spatial resolution at a radiation dose within the range of that of conventionalExpand
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Disrupted amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations and causal connectivity in Parkinson’s disease with apathy
Apathy is a common non-motor symptom in Parkinson's disease (PD). We aimed to explore its associated neural substrates changes via amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations (ALFF) and granger causalityExpand
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Cortical thickness is associated with altered autonomic function in cognitively impaired and non‐impaired older adults
The parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) is critical for adaptation to environment demands. Alzheimer's disease (AD), via frontal compensatory processes, may affect PNS regulation, therebyExpand
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Altered Amplitude of Low-Frequency Fluctuations and Functional Connectivity in Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Parkinson Disease
Object Excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) is common in Parkinson disease (PD), but the neural basis of EDS in PD is unclear. We aim to analyze the neural activity changes in PD-related EDS. MethodsExpand
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Characterizing trabecular bone structure for assessing vertebral fracture risk on volumetric quantitative computed tomography
While the proximal femur is preferred for measuring bone mineral density (BMD) in fracture risk estimation, the introduction of volumetric quantitative computed tomography has revealed strongerExpand
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THE IMPACT OF USING AD HOC INTERPRETERS AND PROFESSIONAL INTERPRETERS ON HOSPITAL COSTS AND PATIENT SATISFACTION RATES OF LIMITED-ENGLISH -PROFICIENT PATIENTS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
Linguistic barriers have been identified as important factors that are closely linked with declining patient satisfaction rates and increasing hospital costs. Although vast amount of studies haveExpand