Adult Brain Plasticity Elicited by Anomia Treatment

@article{Cornelissen2003AdultBP,
  title={Adult Brain Plasticity Elicited by Anomia Treatment},
  author={K. Cornelissen and M. Laine and A. Tarkiainen and Tiina Jrvensivu and N. Martin and R. Salmelin},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={15},
  pages={444-461}
}
We describe a study where a specific treatment method for word-finding difficulty (so-called contextual priming technique, which combines massive repetition priming with semantic priming) was applied with three chronic left hemisphere-damaged aphasics. Both before and after treatment, which focused on naming of a series of pictures, naming-related brain activity was measured by magnetoencephalography (MEG). Due to its excellent temporal resolution and good spatial resolution, we were able to… Expand
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